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BEDFORD HIGH SCHOOL 
MUDGE WAY 
BEDFORD, MA 01730 
VOLUME 2 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



OPENING 
SENIORS 

UNDERCLASSMEN 

ACADEMICS 

SPORTS 

STUDENT LIFE 

COMMUNITY 

CLOSING 



TITLE PAGE 1 




EDICATION 






The yearbook staff proudly breaks 
tradition and dedicates the nine- 
teen eighty-four Signum to the 
adults we take for granted and 
nnore-our parentsi Whether mar- 
ried, separated, divorced, or de- 
ceased, our parents had the 
greatest influence upon 
us as we were growing up. Through 
the years the relationship has 
changed from adoring love for our 
parents to a more mature tie. 

As children, we idolized our par- 
ents, lo young children rneir own 
parents are the correct example of 
what a mother and father should be. 
If on television or in a book the family 
does things differently, the child of- 
ten assumes that the show or book is 
wierd because in his or her family it is 
done correctly. Parents were impor- 
tant role models for us as 
youngsters. 

As young children we also treated 



our parents as universal healers Dad 
or Mom could find a solution to virtu- 
ally any problem we had Parents lis- 
tened sympathetically when their 
youngsters complained about their 
unfair teacher, or cried because the 
big dog on the corner barked so 
loudly when they walked by. A few 
magic words would set our troubles 
straight and soothe our worrying 
The most precious thing our parents 
gave us when we were young was 
security. Now, of course, we have 
formed a different kind of relation- 
ship with them After arguments and 
periods of no communication, we 
realize that our parents do have 
faults, but are also strong people 
whom we can still run to if things are 
going badly Most of us have come 
to realize over the past few years 
the courage and commitment it 
took to rear us. It is to those people 
whom we love and appreciate that 



we dedicate this Signum. 

1) Son l?ick Docey proudly embraces his 
mom 

2) Mrs Bellino ana Mrs Hawkins - two 
dedicated parents 

3) Pam Dutra and tier winning smile 

4) MtcMoei McCravy is interrupted from 
his studies 

5) Stephen Gawonf . Lori Acree. ar>d f?oo 
ert Houge watching a football game 

6) Steve Jones computer whi;' 

7) Coach Sabounn gives some pomters 
to Mike DiMatfio 

8) Alicia Whitney poses for the camera 

9) Our school 

10) Polly Sanford shows exuberant spirit on 
costume day 

11) Rai Sundra ■ Look ot those iegs' 

12) Christine Marten flash 'hosp pea'W 
whites! 

13) Urban Gillis ■ motorcycle mechani c 

14) Mark Carpenter David Hanf . Paul Cas- 
tro. Suzy Asbedion and Scott Udell 
march m the Bedford Doy Pdrode 

15) Bond Director Paul K Smith shows a 
smile 

16) David DiNisco directs his morning crew 
on Starting Point 






E ARE THE SUM OF OUR PARTS 



Describing Bedford High and 
specifically fhe Class of 1985 as a 
whole wifh general adjectives 
would be nearly innpossible. A 
theme that really applies has to 
describe our differences as well 
as the way we compose our 
community. This is the dilemma 
that we the yearbook staff faced 
in the spring of 1984. Sum of the 
Parts was our solution. 

Sum of ttie Parts is particularly 
appropriate because it can be 
applied to the students as indivi- 



duals as well as the Bedford High 
population as a whole. As human 
beings we are made up of char- 
acteristics which are the direct 
result of the many influences to 
which each of us is subjected But 
from the beginning of mankind, 
people have chosen to exist as 
one port of a group or family 

The students which hove differ- 
ent interests and backgrounds 
are the parts that make up the 
sum, Bedford High. The most obvi- 
ous ways that we are subdivided 



are the two sexes and the four 
classes. There are groups of band 
students and shop students as 
well as the many other social 
groups which have similar inter- 
ests. While most yearbooks ig- 
nore the fact that people form 
different informal groups, we felt 
that a theme addressing this very 
prominent aspect of our school 
would be a novel, yet appropri- 
ate one We hope that you the 
reader find the theme meaningful 
and will be able to identify with it. 



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UR SURROUNDINGS 



When the students of Bedford 
High ore not within the walls of BHS, 
their lives take them in many direc- 
tions. While some people remain 
around local spots on weekends 
and vacations, most students agree 
that one has to look beyond the 
boundaries of Bedford to find more 
exciting places. 

One popular place to go is. 
weather permitting, the beach. 
Whether it's on the coast of Maine, 
the South shore, or Cape Cod, the 
beach holds a great attraction for 
all the teenagers of BHS. If not on 
the ocean, many kids spend their 
beach time on many of the lakes of 
Maine, New Hampshire, and Massa- 
chusetts, the most well known being 
Lake Winnepasaukee. 

Another frequented place is of 
course, Boston. Quincy Market is by 
far the favorite place to shop, 
browse, and just people watch. 
Copley Place, which just opened in 



the past year, has also become a 
mam attraction, although on a high 
school budget most kids just window 
shop. 

In the winter, if you look around 
Bedford trying to find students of 
BHS. you won't be successful Winter 
brings snow, and snow skiers The 
slopes of Woterville Valley. Nashoba 
Valley. Breton Woods, and Mt Kill- 
ington are traditionally packed with 
herds of BHS students Friday's 
classes are usually, to the teacher's 
consternation, class discussions 
dealing with where the best packed 
powder is going to be that week- 
end. 

Because Bedford is not a terribly 
exciting town for teens and doesn't 
have much to keep kids enter- 
tained after school hours, these 
areas mentioned have become 
very familiar and have been the 
sights of happy memories for many 
of BHS's students. 



1) The Esplanade presents the statue of Ar- 
thur Fiedler 

2) MdrDiehead. soiimg capita* of Massachu- 
setts 

3) The sfdlness of Fawn Lake m the fan 

4) Governnnent Center - a farrxjus meeting 
p*ace 

5) A little Bedford history 

6) Quincy Market attracts the tounst 



/SURROUNDINGS 



At 10 PM Friday. May 25th, numer- 
ous juniors lounged on the floor 
stunned at what they had created 
and enjoyed a new found feeling of 
relief interchanging blue and silver 
streamers created a dazzling mght 
atmosphere above the silver cut 
out stars below They had endured 
a myriad of trips for yet another box 
of streamers, McDonald's take outs, 
and various other miscellaneous 
items. The last minute preparations 
were not confined to the gym. how- 
ever As the last hems were placed 
on dresses, the forgotten cuff imks 
retrieved, the dinner reservations 
confirmed for the fifth time, and the 
flowers picked up just before Arts 
and Flowers dosed, the hopes and 
expectations of many juniors rose to 
new heights 

Parents flocked to Davidson s for 
extra film while last minute phone 
calls invaded the anxious homes 
across Bedford "I can t believe we 
made it to today'" ""You'll be here in 
five minutes''!" ""Who swiped my 
cummerbund''" ""1 bet I'll trip down 
the stairs" By early afternoon, the 
fun had begun Couples were 
standing on the front lawn, by the 
steps, with grandma, and under the 
trees m different poses for their 
camera-happy parents For many it 
was hard to believe that these were 
the same people they went to 
school with. 

During a leisurely meal at one of 
the regular prom mght spots such as 
Stouffer's. Cory's. Dunfey's. and the 
Colonial Inn. an evening shower 
cooled the night air Afterward the 
couples ventured their way to the 
BHS gymnasium From station wag- 
ons and chauffeured limousines 
emerged the Class of '85. all of 
them ready to share an evening of 
dancing and fun 






1) Dancing to tne muSiC of Perfection are 
Mike Hawkins ana Kirri Merrck 

2) Michele Renme. Poo Jacooson. Aiicia 
Whitney John Belimo and Cori Gnilo 
wait for the semi-finalists to oe an- 
nounced 

3) Court Alicia Whitney Linaa Thompson. 
Queen Tina Coilyer. King RoD JacoDson. 
Juiid Thomas, Nancy Barrows. Scott 



McArdle Dan Concannon Lonme Mur- 
ray, and Jim Storer 

4) Heather Drake ana ChuCk Samuels sit- 
ting pretty 

5) Some momentoes of the night 

6) Ken Sharkey and Tim. Keiiy show off their 
dates Tina Corey ana Shannon Encson 

7) Brenaan Gaui ana Wendy Gerorands 
pose dfter drrivmg m style dy limousine 




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ELEBRATION OF SPIRIT 



"We need more paper!" "How 
does this sign look?" "Where's the 
tope?!" One word could sunnmarize 
a typical Thursday night during Spirit 
Week - CONFUSION!! Streamers, pa- 
per tape, balloons, pant, scissors, 
and markers everywhere, people 
running and above all a radio's play- 
ing full-blast contributes to the may- 
hem. By the evening of D-day 
(Decorating Day), most of the class 
is in one hall with everybody doing 
something. Then someone shouts, 
"We only have fifteen more min- 
utes!" Everyone scrambles over the 
streamers, paper scraps, paint, and 
tape (that by now is covering the 
entire floor) and tries to get the hall 
in some sort of order. "Only ten min- 
utes left? Someone start cleaning!" 



- the shout is hardly heard over the 
voices and the music. In the few 
minutes that are left mass hysteria 
takes place - the streamers on the 
floor and millions of tiny pieces of pa- 
per hove to be picked up, the mark- 
ers gathered together, and the 
spilled paint has to be cleaned up. 
The day arrives and the hall is in or- 
der spirit is in the air as the students 
observe the halls, and the judges 
judge the halls. This year the seniors 
held up tradition and came in first 
with "Senior Celebration." Juniors 
placed second with "Fun In The 
Sun." The Sophomores followed 
closely with "The Sophomore Space 
Shuttle" and the freshmen placed 
fourth with their theme of "The Ani- 
mals of '88." But more important 



than the placing is the teamwork 
and friendships that happen when 
decorating the halls, and the fun of 
being with all your friends. 

1) The Senior Sign-oft 

2) The Juniors celebrate their spirit with their 
second place hall 

3) Seniors Marcy Goyette, Momca Sharpe 
and Caren Manning cheering on the Senior 
hall 

4) An additional member of the Freshman 
Class who showed up at hall decorating 

5) Senior Tina Collyer - the epitome of school 
spirit 

6) The Seniors started off their prize-winning 
hall with a three foot tall cake 

7) Darfh Vadar made an appearance at the 
Sophomore's hall 

8) Is that Steve Pisani'' 



THF HALLS 13 




RUE BLUE SPIRIT! 



Spirit Weeic, which lasted from 
Tuesday September 25 to Friday 
September 28 this year, was a 
terrific success A party atmo- 
sphere reigned as the students of 
BHS enthusiastically threw them- 
selves into the week long cele- 
bration of school spirit This year 
was especially terrific because of 
the great number of spirited un- 
derclassmen, as well as upper- 
classmen, who took the concept 
of spirit week with a great 
amount of energy and cheer 

Hat, Socle, and Tie Day began 
Spirit Week on Tuesday with a 
great show of participation Multi- 
colored, mismatched socks were 
paired with knit, striped and 
flourescent ties and the ensem- 
ble was topped by a variety of 
hats. On Wednesday, Costume 
Day, it seemed as if BHS was on a 
creative high. Clowns, cowboys. 



superheroes, and surgeons 
stalked the halls alongside ban- 
dits and thieves. 

As usual. Punk Day on Thursday 
was one of the most entertaining 
days to walk down the halls Ev- 
erywhere you looked the halls 
were crowded with students who 
went all out with their creative 
talents Multi-colored spiked hair 
as well as heels were abundant, 
combined with lots of black 
leather and miles of dog chains. 

Blue and White Day on Friday 
was the culmination of all the spir- 
it witnesses throughout the week 
It was also the day in which the 
most people participated, espe- 
cially boys because students only 
had to wear clothing in our school 
colors The day and week was 
brought to an emotional finale at 
the rousing Pep Rally during the 
last period of school. 



14/SPIRIT WHK 




OMECOMING 



Saturday, September 29. 1984 
was a sensational autumn day for 
the Bedford High School Home- 
coming Football Game and the 

announcement of the 1984 
Homecoming Queen and her 
court. 

The finalists, were chosen by 
the Senior Class on the basis of 
class involvement, popularity and 
spirit The thrill and excitement of 
the day was evident in the air as 
well as in the smiles on the face of 
each finalist. As they rounded the 
track, in a stunning red convert- 
ible, they were greeted by their 
proud escorts. 

The long awaited moment 
came when Diana Birmingham 
was crowned Homecoming 
Queen of 1984. Despite a disap- 
pointing loss to the Lincoln-Sud- 
bury football team that after- 
noon, the crowning of the Home- 
coming Queen was celebrated 
at the Homecoming Dance. 




1) h ij (inalisfs (left to nght) Joanne Melville. Gina Bu 
n . . J Birminghom. Lindo Thompson and Monica '">hafpe 

2) Newly elected queen. Diona Birmingtiam embraces with Kim 
Duda after winning the crown 

3) Gina Bumann stands proudly witti hei brother, Jimmy Bumann 



COMING 






The senior class of any 
high school traditionally 
represents the qualities of 
the school. The behavior 
and results from the Class 
of 1985 of BHS give our 
school a great image. 
Through many community 
service programs as well as 
town wide events, the '85 
graduates have reflected 
the qualities that BHS has 
been known for through- 
out the years. 

Although composed of 
many individualists, our 
class has become a close 
group; more evidence that 
the Class of '85 is the sum 
of its different parts. We 
have proved to be a class 
that believes in participa- 
tion and school spirit. With 
high energy the senior 
class set an impressive ex- 
ample of compassion as 
well as determination in 
scholastic and community 
events. Hopefully, the ex- 
cellent goals that were set 
and achieved by the senior 
class will be an inspiration 
for the the classes to come. 



CLASS OF 1985/17 



® ENIOR OFFICERS 




Joanne Melville 
President 



John Bellino 

Vice-president 






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Caren Manning 
Treasurer 



Jeanette Moreau 

Prom Co-chairperson 



Mr. Patuleia 

Class Advisor 



Diana Birmingham 

Secretary 




Laura Linz 

Prom Co-chairperson 




18/SENIOR OFFICERS 



ALEDICTORIAN 





Why do we study relativistic mechanics? What 
good is a hyperbolic paraboloid going to do us ten 
years down the road? As we study various subjects 
in high school, questions such as these often infiltir- 
ate our minds. We have already been through ele- 
mentary school and junior high, and now we are 
faced with the most difficult academic challenges of 
our young lives. However, the purpose of high 
school goes far behind the simple idea of gaining 
knowledge in order to succeed in the world today. 
High school indirectly teaches us about friendship, 
loyalty, leadership and self-confidence, while also 
giving the opportunity to participate in sports, mu- 
sic, and other groups that will enhance a person's 
character and mental satisfaction. As a result of both 
physical and intellectual maturation, we begin to 
think of the future and set long range goals for 
ourselves. We learn to push ourselves to our very 
highest level of achievement, but we also get a 
chance to investigate how many different ways one 
can spend leisure time with friends and family. This 
high school experience is one that signifies a first 
step toward achieving our goals and sets us on the 
path to a full life-experience. 

- John Grimm 



)ove: John Grimm and Lynne Telford: rivals in academics but 
le friends. 



VALEDICTORIAN/19 



PATRICIA F. AHERN 

Patty 

The Lord replied, "My precious child, 
I would never leave you. During your 
times of trial and suffering. When 
you saw only one set of footprints, it 
was then that J carried you. " 

-Footprints 



DAYNA PATRICIA 
ARDITO 
Wayne 

"You know who I am," he said 

The speaker was an angel: 

He coughed and shook his crumpled 

wings. 

Closed his eyes and moves his lips, 
"It's time we should be going. " 

-David Bowie 






ERIKA BARBER 

Inka, Erie, Eureka 



NANCY BARROWS 
Nanc 



And when the evening comes we 
smile so much of life ahead 

we'll find a place where there's room 
to grow. 

And yes we've just begun. 

-Marty 



The smallest feelings, are worth more 
than the most beautiful thoughts. 



SALLY ANNE AVEY 

People so seldom say 1 love you and 
then it 's either too late or love goes, so 
when 1 tell you I love you, it doesn't 
mean I know you will never go, only 
that I wish you didn't have to. 




JUDITH L. 
BARTHOLOMEW 

Judy 

Life is either a daring adventure or 
nothing at all. 

-Helen Keller 



MARK A. BABILON 

Balboa 

Peace is a stream 
From the heart of a man; 
Peace is a man, whose breath 
Is the dawn. 

Peace is a dawn -an- 
On a day without end. -observation- 
Peace is the end -by- 
Of the war -King Crimson- 




WENDY BARTO 

5 to 1, 1 to 5, no one here gets out 
alive. 

-Jim Morrison 



20/CLASS OF 1985 



DIANA LORD 
BIRMINGHAM 

Di 



MICHAEL BAUMAN 

There's two kinds of people in this 
world: those with loaded guns and 
those who dig. 

-Clint 




DOUGLAS J. BLAIR 

Cowboy 



Imagination is an important part of 
reality. 

-D.B. 



JOHN JOSEPH BELLINO 



If you build castles in the sky. 
Put foundations under them. 

-Thoreau 




JANET KIM BLAKE 

Jayne, Jaynet, Jay, Mrs. 
Peabody 



Happiness is not perfected until it is 
shared. 

-Chuck and Di 



ERIC ROBERT BENSON 
Benny 

TVje greatest test of courage on earth 
is to bear defeat without losing heart. 

-Vince Lombardi 




DAVID BOWSER 



Love is the key to yesterday, 
the joy of today, 
and the hope of tomorrow. 
Thank you, my friends, 
for filling all of my days 
with love! 

-D.B. 




MAUREEN E. BOYLE 

Moe, BB, Bette 

So you can get on with your 
search, 

and I can get on with mine, 
and maybe someday we will find 
that it wasn't really Wasted Time 
"Wasted Time" 
-The Eagles 



CLASS OF 1985/21 



NATHANIEL F.R. BRADY 
Nat 

Many times I've lied. 
And many times I've listened. 
Many times I've wondered 
How much there is to know. 

-Led Zeppelin 




DONALD Q. BUNKER, JR. 

We will all find success 

When we all find our own dreams. 

-The Who 



KENNETH BROWN 




DAVID B. BURR 

Much that I sought I could not find; 
Much that 1 found I could not bind 
Much that 1 bound I could not free 
Much that I freed returned to me. 

-Ronde Macabre 



TODD R. BRUNNER 
Spider 

It was an early morning yesterday 
I was up before the dawn 
I really have enjoyed my stay 
But I must be movin' on 

-Supertramp 




DOUGLAS a BURR 
Doug 

/ may disapprove of what 
You say. 

But I will defend to the 
Death your right to say 
It. 

-Francois Voltaire 



REGINA R. BUMANN 

Gina-Boo-Ma 

When you wish upon a star 
dreams will take you very far 
But when you wish upon a dream 
life isn't always what it seems. 




NADOLYN M. BURTON 
Diddo 

We have finished starting. 



22/CLASS OF 1985 



JOHN P. CALLENDER 

Zif 



JOHN R. CAMPOS III 



MATT BUXTON 
Matty 

School, the closer it comes to 
Ending, the more you appreciate it. 



DIANE MARIE CAISSIE 

Dee 

Love's a present you can give every 
Single day of your live. 



We've taken care of everything; the 
Words you read, the songs you 
sing. 

The pictures that bring pleasure to 
Your eyes. 

-Rush 



Sometimes the lights all shinin' on 
me 

other times I can barely see 

Lately it occurred to me 

What a long, strange trip it's been. 

-The Grateful Dead 





MAUREEN ANNE 
CAPEZZUTO 

How long it's been since yesterday 
What about tomorrow 
And what about our dreams 
And all the memories we shared 

-J.D. 



GWENDOLYN A. 
CARDOOS 
Gwen 

To live your life in your own way . . . 
To reach for the goals you have set for 

yourself . . . 
To be the you that you want to be . . . 
That is success. 



ANASTASIA S. CARRUTH 

Stacy 

"Never thought about tomorrow, it 
seemed like a long time to come. " 

-J. Geils 



KAREN CASTETTER 

K-ren, Crusty 1 

Who we are and what we become is 
determined by those who love us. 

-MB. 



CLASS OF 1985/23 



PAUL CHRISTESEN 
CASTRO 

I returned and saw under the sun that 
the race is not to the swiftest, nor the 
battle to the strong, neither bread to 
the wise, nor yet riches to men of un- 
derstanding, nor yet favor to men of "Tiene de un nino la ternura, 
skill: But time and chance happeneth Y de un poeta la locura, 
to them all. Y aun sabe sonre ir . . . 



FERNANDO CATALINA 



-Ecclesiastes 




RUSSELL AARON COBE 

Russ, Rabbi 

Ani ma amim - 1 believe in tomorrow. 



-Joan Manuel Serrat 



JEFF CHEMLEN 



JUDITH GERALYN 
CIAMPA 

Hey Ho, Let's go 
-The Ramones 





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FREDERICK KEIR COHEN 
Keo 



DOUGLAS E. COLLINS 
Tom 

What a Bargain! 
-Eddie Murphy 



JULIE A. COLLINS 

Jule(s) 

Co real slow, you like it more and 
more, take it as it comes. 
Specialize in having fun. 

-Jim Morrison 



24/CLASS OF 1985 



MAR Y-BETH CONWA Y 
MB 



MARYELLEN COLUTON 

Mellon 

Aim for the clouds, 

Rise above the crowds, 

And march to your own parade. 



CHRISTINE B. COLLYER 

Tina 

Never be afraid to 
Stand out in a crowd. 



DANIEL P. CONCANNON 
Dan 

"The dictionary is the only place suc- 
cess comes before work." 



Nature's first green is gold 
Her only hue to hold. 
Her early leaf's a flower; 
But only so an hour. 
Then leaf subsides to leaf. 
So Eden sank to grief. 
So dawn goes down to day. 
Nothing gold can stay. 

-Frost 






HOLLY ELIZABETH 
CORCORAN 



CHRISTOPHER J. COREY 

Chris 



Special Joy and special places. Well, you know I don't get off on 

Special friends together; workin' day after day 

The moments pass so quickly by, 1 wanna' have some fun while I'm 
But the memories last forever! here 

-G. W. Douglas / play the game when it 's going my 
' way 

And there's nothin ' like a party when 
it's kickin' into gear. 

-Boston 



TINA MARIE COREY 

When you have a dream. 
Don 't let anything dim it, 
Keep hoping, keep trying . . . 
The sky is the limit! 



NEIL FREDERICK 
COUVEE 

Hitch your wagon to a star. 

-Emerson 



CLASS OF 1985/25 



STEVEN CURLEY 



CHRISTINA DAVIS 

Don 't talk about what you have done 
Or what you are going to do- do it 
And let is speak for itself. 

-Martin Vanbee 



JOANNE M. DELANEY 
Jo 

/ believe that every soul 

Has a song to sing 

The spirit's locked in every man 

Waiting for a wing 

Oh so much is wasted 

And oh so little used 

The trick of the dreamer 

Is keeping yourself from the blues 



DEBRA ANN DELFINO 

Deb-Anna 

You never realize how much you 
Love someone until they're gone. 

-S.f. D.J.C 





DEBORAH KAREN 
DEVINE 

Debbie 

Kiss today goodbye 
-The sweetness and the sorrow 
We did what we had to do 
-Look my eye's are dry 
The dreams were ours to borrow 

Kiss today goodbye 
And point me towards tomorrow 
-Wish me luck the same to you 



DAVID DIN I SCO 

You only live once. 
But if you live it right. 
Once is enough. 



CHERYL M. DONAHUE 

Special joys and special places 
Special friends together: 
The moments pass so quickly by. 
But the memories last forever. 



JEANINE MARGARET 
DOANE 

The rocky road before us now 
will lead us to a rainbow . . . 
And the sun will shine forever. 

-Anonymous 



26/CLASS OF 1985 



KEITH DOUGHERTY 

"Keithie" 

No one knows the formula to success 
But the formula for failure is to 
Try and please everyone. 

-Anonymous 



PATRICIA L DOUGHTY 
Pat 



HEATHER K. DRAKE 

Life's never easy 
We can make it if we try 
Taking our chances 
Side by side 

-Billy Squire 




KRISTIN DRASKOVICH 

Cracker 

Small'.!!! 



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RICHARD DUDA 

Rich 

The four years went by fast 
And now it's time to go 

I'll always remember my past 
That I wish had gone more slow 




JOHN JOSEPH DUKE 

Wise men say wise words. 
Fools quote them. 

-Anonymous 



JACQUELINE ANN EDEN 

Jackie 

Walking down this rocky road. 
Wondering where my life is 
Leading, rolling on, to the 
Bitter end. 

-Bad Company 





CYNTHIA EDWARDS 

Cindy 

Follow your heart like a flying 
stallion. 

Race with the sun to the edge of the 
night. 

Form your truth like a gold 
medallion. 

Dance in the circle of the love and the 
light. 

-John Denver 



CLASS OF 1985/27 



KATHRYN ANN ELLIS 

Kathy 



SHANNON ERICSON 



DEBORAH ELDER 

Debby 



The moment may be temporary, but 
the memory lasts forever. 





MARK L. FIATO 

If I leave here tomorrow 
Will you still remember me. 
Because I must be traveling on 
now, 

'Cause there's too many places 
I gotta see 

"Freebird" 
-Lynyrd Skynyrd 



What a friend we have in time . . . 
Tells us what to take or leave behind. 
And the gifts or growing old are the 
stories to be told-friends, I will re- 
member you, think of you, pray for 
you, and when another day is through 
I'll still be FRIENDS with you. 




MICHAEL J. FITZGERALD 

I think I'm going to Catmandoo. 

B.S. 



SEAN J. ENNIS 




ANTHONY 
CHRISTOPHER 
FLANAGAN 

Tony 



I'm young, I m wild and I'm free 
I got the magic power of the music 
In me. 

"The Magic Power" Triumph 



/ looked for my soul 

but my soul I could not see 

I looked for my Cod 

but my Cod eluded me 

I looked for a friend 

and then I found all three. 




FREDERICK FLORES 

Dash 

"And now for something completely 
different" 

-Monty Python 



28/CLASS OF 1985 



CHRISTINE M. FOERST 

If only people could see. 
How special they meant to me. 
The memories will last forever. 
And will be shared all together. 

-C, M. F. 



TOM FORD 

Opie 



PAULA D. FRANCIS 

The best and most beautiful 
Things in the world 
Cannot be see or touched 
They must he felt with the heart. 

-M. P. P. 



JAMES FUREY 
Captain 

Time is like a handful of sand. The 
tighter you grasp it, the faster it runs 
through your fingers. But if you ca- 
ress it, it will leave in its wake memo- 
ries of its gentle flow, rather than the 
roughness of its stone. 

-Anonymous 







LISA GARIBOTTO 



BRENDAN THOMAS 
GAUL 
A Cookie Man 

The surest way to corrupt a young 
Man is to teach him to esteem 
More highly those who think alike 
Than those who think differently. 

Nietzsche 



WENDY MARIE 
GERBRANDS 

Goals are meant to be reached. 
Dreams are meant to come true. 
And they do- 
That 's where we come in. 

-Anonymous 



URBAN J. GILLIS 

Juice 

. . . and any man 's finest hour is when 
he lies exhausted on the field of bat- 
tle- victorious. 

-Vince Lombardi 



CLASS OF 1985/29 



PATRICIA A.M.R. 
GIURLEO 

We've been through some things 
together, 

With trunks of memories still to 
come. 

We found things to do in stormy 
weather. 

Long may you run. 

-Neil Young 



TIMOTHY GLATFELTER 



MARSALYNN GOYETTE 
Marcy 

/ wish the good times wouldn't 
end. 

It's always hard to leave friends. 
The time has come to say goodbye. 
To say 1 won 't miss it is a lie. 
Thanks for being so good to me. 
You'll always be in my memories. 



ELISA GRANOWITZ 

You do what you must do, and you do 
it well. 

-Bob Dylan 





AXEL GRIFFIN 

Axeman 

You can always trust your inner feel- 
ings 'cause they always tell the truth 
Just do what feels right for you 
There's a whole new world to find 
Make it real, not fantasy 

-Scorpions 



CORRINE E. GRIILO 

Cori 

Memory is the diary we all carry with 
us. 



JOHN RICHARD GRIMM DAVID M. HANF 

Grimmis 

The true test of civilization is, not the 

To live your life in your own way . . . census, nor the size of cities, nor the 

To reach the goals that you have set "°P^' '^^ ^""^ "i^" 

for yourself. ..To be the you that you country turns out. 
want to be . . . That is success. -Emerson 



JO/CLASS OF 1985 



COLLEEN M. 
HARRINGTON 



Follow your dream! 



MICHAEL A. HAWKINS 

Mike, Hawk 

/ think of my school 
I think of my friends 
I think that it's sad, that it all has 
to end 

One thing's important, important 
to me 

I remember you, you remember me 



CHRISTOPHER JOHN 
HAWLEY 

Beaver 

Everything changes but change itself 
-John F. Kennedy 



TRACEY ANN HELMAR 

Don't stop thinking about 

tomorrow. 
Don't stop it'll soon be here. 
It'll be here, better than before. 
Yesterday's gone . . . 

-Fleetwood Mac 




SEAN PATRICK HURLEY 

The fact that man knows right from 
Wrong proves his intellectual 
Superiority to the other creatures; 
3ut the fact that he can do wrong 
°roves his moral inferiority to 
Any creature that cannot. 

-Mark Twain 



CASEY JACKELEN 

There is only one success- to be able 
to spend your life in your own way. 

-Christopher Morley 



ROBERT JACOBSON 

Bob 

/ can 't see you Mama 
But I know you're always there 
So stay don't leave me Mama 
Cos' it's getting so hard . . . 

-Genesis 



ROBERT JOY 



CLASS OF 1985/31 



JOHN JOYCE 




LAUREN MARIE 
KIRKLAND 

Laurie 

/ am not afraid to face tomorrow. 
For I have seen yesterday 
And I love today 



ROBERT JOHN 
KELNHOFER 

Weebles, Scruffy 



The word "impossible" is only in 
The dictionary of a fool. 

-The Black Hole 




CHERYL ANNE KNELL 

And you may ask yourself, "Well, 
how did I get here?" 

-David Byrne 



ALBERT A. KENNEY 

Bert, G.B., Al 

Don 't walk behind me for I may not 
lead, 

Don 't walk ahead of me for 1 may not 
follow. 

Just walk beside me and be my friend. 

-C. Spinale 




JULIE KOSTISHACK 

A ship in a harbor 

is safe. 
But that is not 

what ships 
are built for. 



MICHAEL KENT 




LAURA KRAMER 

All fordone and forgot 

And like clouds 

In the height of the sky. 

Our hearts stood still 

In the hush 

Of an age gone by. 

-Walter de la Mare 



J2/CLASS OF 1985 



LISA J. LEONG 
Little one 

The tide recedes but leaves behind 
Bright sea shells on the sand 
The sun goes down, but gentle 

warm th 
Still lingers on the land. 
The music stops, and yet it echoes 
In sweet refrains . . . 
For every joy that passes something 

Beautiful remains. LISA LEVINE 




ANDREA HAMILTON JEFF MACDONALD 

LUND 

Andi, George Women like silent men. They think 

they are listening 

It is only with the heart that one can 
see rightly; what is essential is invisi- 
ble to the eye. 

-Antoine de Saint Exupery 
The Little Prince 



LAURA MARIE LINZ 

"Zubin" 

There's a miracle called Friendship 
that dwells within the heart. 

And you don t know how it happens 
or when it gets its start . . . 

But the happiness it brings you al- 
ways gives a special lift. 

And you realize that friendship Is 

God's most precious gift! CHRIS LIVINGSTON 




DENISE MACE JIM MACHARRIE 

Why can't it stay like this forever 
Why does it always have to change 
Everytime you think you've paid the 
price . . . Seems you've always got to 
pay it twice. 

Everytime you think you're near the 
end . . . You turn around and find 
another ticket. 

-Eric Clapton 



CLASS OF 1985 33 



PATRICIA LYNN 
MACKINTOSH 
Trish 

Life is a road which we must travel 
1 have Just begun my journey and 
believe 

Me it hasn't been easy. I l<now 
This road will twist and turn but 
I'll overcome it for I've the help 
And love of my friends to guide me. 



CAREN C. MANNING 



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And so my friends 

goodnight 
For time has claimed its prize. 
But tonight can always last 
As long as we keep alive. 
The memories of Paradise. 



say 



-STYX 



CHRISTOPHER G. 
MANNING 

Midge 

The best and most beautiful things 
In the world cannot be seen or even 
Touched. They must be felt with the 
Heart. 

-Helen Keller 



NOELLE MARIE 
MARCOTTE 

Wells 

The Scientist does not study nature 

because it is useful; 
He studies it because he 

delights in it, 
And he delights in it because 

it is beautiful 

-Heri Poincare 





PAUL J. MARCUS 

Each is given a bag of tools shapeless 
lines and a book of rules 

-Bob Weir 



THOMAS MASKALENKO 



SCOTT A. McARDLE 

Life is an opportunity for you to rise 
to the occasion. 

You can never wish yourself to be 
something- You have got to pay the 
price of giving of yourself. 

-A. Sabourin 



lynn marie 
McCarthy 

Tis better to be silent and be thought 
a fool than to speak and remove all 
doubt. 



34/CLASS OF 1985 



maureen rose 
Mcculloch 

M & M 

The best times we've shared 
I will always remember. 
Friends, love, and happiness 
Treasured forever. 




it 



CHRISTINE M. 
McGOVERN 

Spinning a compass 
To choose your way. 

You can run, you can dive. 
You can stand. 

And you can soar. 

-D/D 



• I 

^ ■ M 



SUSAN C. McKIE 

You don't know what you've got 
Until it's gone 

And you find out a little too late. 

-Chicago 




STEVEN McMAHAN 






SUSAN McMAHAN 



JOANNE MELVILLE 

Know that yesterday 
is hut today's memory, 
and tomorrow is 
today's dream 

-Kahlil Gibran- "The Prophet" 




KIM MENDELL 

Teddy 



/ look to the sea, reflection in the 
waves spiked my memories, some 
happy, some sad. I think of childhood 
friends and dreams we had, we'll live 
happily forever, so the story goes, hut 
somehow we missed out, I'm a part of 
gold. But we'll try, best we can to car- 
ry on .. . Styx 



KIMBERLY ANN MEYER 

Kim 

So destiny has brought us 

Oh so close together 

We were like angels in the night 

Living the dream 

At last III be with you forever 

And all at once it feels so right. 

"Fever" 
-Judds Priest 



CLASS OF 1985/35 



SHARON J. MICHELSON 

There is only one success . . . 

To be able to spend your life in your 

own way. 



KEVIN W. MJCKEL 

In my distress I called upon the Lord, 
and cried unto my God: He heard my 
voice out of His temple, and my cry 
came before Him, even unto His ears. 

-Psalm 18:6 



AMY L MILLER 
Aim 

. . Devil and the deep blue sea 
behind me 
Vanish in the air 

You'll never find me . . . We are the music makers 

-The Police And we are the dreamers of dreams. 



JONI MONTEMAGNO 





JEANNETTE MOREAU 

We're two ships that pass in the 
night. 

And we smile cause we say it's all 
right. 

We're still here. 

It's just that we're out of sight. 
Like two ships that pass in the night. 

-Barry Manilow 



SCOTT MUNDEN 



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KELLY MURRAY 
Kel-Bel 

It's been such a long time 
I really should be going 
But time doesn t wait for me 
It keeps on rolling. 

-Boston 




LAWRENCE P. MURRAY 
A Cookie Man 

However romantic it seemed to be a 
beachcomber, I learned that I had to 
get back to the neurotic society I need 
in order to function. 

-Albert Finney 



36/CLASS OF 1985 



TIBOR H. NAGY 
Ti 



Every year is getting shorter 
Never seem to find the time 
Plans that either come to naught 
Or half a page of scribbled lines 
Hanging on in quiet desperation 
Is the English way 
The time is gone, the song is over 
Thought I'd something more to say 

-Pink Floyd 



CAROLYN DIANE 
NAWOICHIK 

It's been such a long time, 
I think I should be goin' 
For time doesn't wait for me. 
It keeps on rollin ... 

-Boston 



CHRISTINE M. NEIL 

Tine 



LAURA CHRISTINE 
NEWMAN 

Laurie 

What, after all, is a halo 

But one more thing to keep clean? 






Ia 

TROY A. NEWMAN 

It used to make me so fed up 
People always asking me 
What will you be when you grow 
up 

You're gonna need security 
Spent a little time in school 
Wishing I was somewhere else 
Having fun and acting cool 
I just want to be myself . . . 

-H.L 




LOUISE O'HARA 

. . . I'm growing, I'm learning 
I'm loving, I'm giving 
and I'm alive . . . 
I'm coming 
I'm strong 
I'm me 
Look out world! 

-Coffman 




FRANK OPPEDISANO 

So much could have been done. 

If I had just known 

When I should have begun. 




MARY ELIZABETH ORAM 

Dead 

Which dreams, indeed, are ambition: 
For the very substance of the 
Ambitious is merely the shadow of a 
dream. 

-Shakespeare 



CLASS OF 1985/37 



DENISE PAGAN 



JAMES D. PAPALIA 



JAMES P. 
O'SHAUGHNESSY 




BRENDA PEASE 
Boomer 

If time /s there. Don 't vvdsfe it. 



I shall pass through this world but 
Only once. If, therefore, there by 
Any kindess I can show, or any 
Good thing I can do, let me do it 
Now; let me not defer it, or 
neglect it, for I shall not pass 
this way again. 




HEIDI J. PETERSEN 

The good times are the best times 
The had times fade away 
The good times are forever 
But now the last time is today 

-J. Ceils Band 



/ don 't feel safe in this world no 
More. I don't want to die in a 
Nuclear war. I want to sail away to 
A distant shore, and make like an 
Apeman. 

-The Kinks 




JOHN H. PETERSON 

-Be proud of who you are- 
-Be yourself- 

J.H.P.- 



RANDY PATTERSON 

The party is over 
And school is done 
But we will still 
Have fun. 




SUSAN M. PETRECCA 
Sue, Spike, Sushi 

You'll never know what 
You're missing!! 



38/CLASS OF 1985 



TIMOTHY CARL 
PEUCKER 

Gus 



Here the years go unsung 
From rising dawn to setting sun 
To think of what has been done 
I can only think of everyone 

-Stay Cool- 
-TP 



STEVEN PICARD 



PETER PIRO 



STEPHEN D. PISANI 



No man is wise enough by himself. 










i 1 



THERESA PORTER 

Terry 

Live your life for yourself. 



AMY PUFFER 

Our memories of yesterday will last a 
life time we'll take the best forget the 
rest and someday we'll find these are 
the Best of Times 



JON PURDY 



RENEE J. QU ALTER 

We've made some memories 

Laughed and cried. 

And reached for the skies 

And if by chance we never 

touched the stars 

We can sav wc tried. 



CLASS OF 1985/ 39 



MICHELE H. RENNIE 

Shelley-Miguelite-Goma 

Too late, my time has come, goodbye 
everybody, I've got to go, gotta leave 
you all behind and face the truth. 

-Queen 




GLENN ROBINSON 

Let's Just say I was testing the bounds 
of reality. I was curious to see what 
would happen. That 's all it was: Just 
curiosity. 

-Jim Morrison 



MICHELLE RIDGLEY 

"Our memories of yesterday will last 
a lifetime. We'll take the best, forget 
the rest and someday we'll find . . . 
these are the best of times" 




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SARAH J. ROBINSON 

One ought, every day at least, to 
Hear a little song, read a good 
Poem, see a fine picture, and if 
It were possible, to speak a few 
Reasonable words. 

-Goethe 



SUSAN E. RILEY 

Sue . 



Gotta ' keep rollin ' gotta keep ridin ' 
Keep searchin' till I find what's right 
-Bob Seger 




CALANDRA ANN 
ROLAND 

Candy 

I've made it thru the pain and tears. It 
only took me four years. But if you 
ask me at the end if it was worth it, I 
would say, "It sure is. " But the best of 
times have not yet begun. 

-Moi 



JULIE MARIE ROBBINS 

Rulie 

Like a guest who stays too long. 
Now it's finally time to leave 
Take it calmly and serene 
It's the famous final scene 

-Bob Seger 




MICHAEL G. RUSSELL 




40/CLASS OF 1985 



CHRISTINE SA VIOLI 

Chris 



MARK A. RUSSO 

Rooster 



Live for today 
Plan for tomorrow 
Party tonight 




JAY A. SCHOENDORF 

A pen is certainly an excellent instru- 
ment to fix a man's attention and to 
influence his ambition. 



CHRISTINE SARNO 

Oscar, Twiggy 



The world is for those who make 
their dreams come true 

-Harold Gray 




SCOTT SCHUBERT 

Shubby 

Now is the only time. The past is 
over; the future not yet here. 



I can see clearly now 

the rain is gone 
I can see all obstacles 

in my way 
Cone arc the dark clouds 

That had mc blind 
It's gonna he a bright 
sunshiny day! 

-BV 




ALEX SEGAL 

Speedy 

// / am not myself, who is for /ne.' 
And if I am only for myself. 
What am I? And if not now, 
when? 

-HiUel 



BRENDA DIANE SAYLES 

Of making many books 
There is no end. 
And much study wearies 
The body. 

-Eccleslastcs 12:12 




ADRIAN SEVIER 

Life affords no higher pleasure 
then that of surmounting difficulties, 
passing trom one step ot success to 
another, forming new wishes and see- 
ing them gratified. 

-Samuel Johnson 



CLASS OF 1985/41 



DENISE C. SHAFER 

If you have a dream don't let it die, 
give it wings and make it fly. 




PATRICK SHAW 

I'm looking around at all the faces 
I can see they're all the same 
Distant shadows on the sidewalk 
Slowly walking through the rain 
I must be walking in my sleep 
'Cause I don 't know how I got 
here, 

-Roger Daltry 



KENNETH SHARKEY 



MONICA LEIGH SHARPE 
Moni 

The times that I've been through. 
Were empty without you. You filled 
My soul with life, to the darkness 
Brought some light. Thanx for your 
Love and thanx for your time, and 
Thanx for the memories I now call 
Mine. I love you all! 



CHRISTOPHER DA VID 
SHAW 

Maybe I'm the ultimate optimist. I 
believe my sword is guided by 
thoughts of victory. I command my- 
self to win. Therefore, I have the 
advantage. 

-Mack Bolan 




CARLEEN ROSEANN 
SHINER 

Dare to be different 





JULIE SHEA BRIAN SHEEHAN 



42/CLASS OF 1985 



DANIEL J. SILVESTRONE 

Dan 



It is not from space that I must 
Seek my dignity, but from the 
Government of my thought. By space 
The universe encompasses and 
Swallows me up like an atom: by 
Thought I comprehend the world. 

-Blaise Pascal 




JAMES CHRISTOPHER 
SPARKS 

Sparky 

To succeed in life 

Be what you want to be and 

Work hard for it. 



LISA SINOTTE 

The love of friends 
is never far. 
It's always close 
to where we are. 




JOHN LINCOLN 
SPENCER III 

There exists no separation between 
gods and men, one blends softly casu- 
al into the other. 

-Muad'dib. Proverbs of 



AMANDA LOUISE SMITH 

I have not yet begun to fight. 

-John Paul Jones 




KAREN ST. ONCE 



We can run the distance 

We'll find out 

IN THE LONG RUN 

-The Eagles 



ANNE F. SOLOMITA 

Trust people and they will be true to 
you; treat them greatly and they will 
show themselves great. 

-Ralph Waldo Emerson 




JAMES C STORER 

Jim 

How do we define the word . . . LOVE 
is without meaning, unless we can 
share it. 




CLASS OF 1985/43 



MICHAEL SULLIVAN 



JOHN SULLIVAN 




STACY E. SWIDER 

Take care. 

A nut in a jar 

Is safer, by far. 

-Me 



Now I'm not afraid. 
Those butterflies are gone 
My act is looking great. 
And I can 't wait to go on 
-Streisand 




JULIE TATEOSIAN 
Tad 

Expose yourself to your deepest fear. 
After that, fear has no power, and 
vanishes. 
You are free. 

-Jim Morrison 



RAJ SUNDRA 




LYNNE MARIE TELFORD 

Casper 

The happiest people seem to be 
those who have no particular cause 
For being happy except that they 
are so. 

-William Inge 



DA VID SWANSON 




JULIA K. THOMAS 
J.T. 



// wishes were horses 
Beggars might ride. 



44/CLASS OF 1985 



LINDA THOMPSON 
Tommy 

Life to me is not measured in 
years. 

It's measured instead in smiles. 
Laughter and tears. 




MARC CHARLES 
VADEBONCOEUR 

Vad 

We're a ship without a storm 
The cold without the warm 
The light inside the darkness 
We're the laugh without the tear 
The hope without the fear 
We are coming home 

-R.J. Dio 



CAROL A. TOPPING 

Don 't be second guessin ' 
'bout which road to take 
or if it's your way or my way 
Baby let me tell you 
What we're gonna' do 
We're gonna ride every highway. 
-Rossington Collin's Band 




LYNNE VALDINA 



JUNE C. TRAVIS 
Trav 

Yesterday is only a memory 
Today seems like but a dream. 
And tomorrow is our future! 
So party now while you can! 




DAVID VARANO 



WENDY SUE UTLEY 
Wu, Lefty, Roo 

. . . And friends are friends forever 
If the Lord's the Lord of them 
And a friend will not say "Never" 
'Cause the welcome will not end; 
Though it's hard to let you go, 
in the Father's hand we know 
That a lifetime's not too long 
to live as friends.-Michael W. Smith 




JULIE VINYARD 

Nothing is difficult to those who 
have the will. 

-Dutch motto 



CLASS OF 1985/45 



BARBARA VIOLETTE 
Barb 

/ think I can make it now 

The pain if gone 
All of the bad feelings 

Have disappeared 
Here is the rainbow 

I've been praying for 
It's gonna be a bright 
Sunshiny day 

-CS 



JAMES LIVINGSTON 
WARD 

Jim 

There once was a note, pure and easy 
Playing so free as rippeling 
Bye. The note is eternal it sees me 
I hear it as together we live as 
Together ive . . . die. 

-Pete Townsend 



RICHARD F. WASS JR. 

Rick 



LINDA JEAN WHEATON 

Keep smiling 

People will wonder what you've 
Been up to! 




1 





KIMBERLY ANN 
WHEELER 
Kim 



Every year is getting shorter, never 
Seem to find the time. 
Plans that either come to naught or 
Half a page of scribbled lines. 
Hanging on in quiet desperation is 
the English way. 

The time is gone the song is over. 
Thought I'd something more to 
say. 

-Pink Floyd- 



ANN LOUISE WHITING ALICIA MARIE WHITNEY 



This too shall pass . . . but will I!' 



Look to the rainbow 
And follow the fellow 
Who follows your dream 



PAMELA LYNN 
WINGOOD 



Seek and you shall find 
Only that which escapes 
Was never pursued. 



-Sophocles 



46/CLASS OF 1985 



DONALD E. WOODFORD 



No goal is too high if we climb 
With courage and confidence. 




KAREN ELIZABETH 
ZOLNAY 

"Z" 

Sometimes you wonder 
what's in this for you, 

But you wait and you see 
that it's all you can do 

Just to hold on . . . 

-Jackson Browne 



BARRY A. YACESHYN 

"-B-" 

/ enjoyed my stay 

But I must be departing 

It's time to take a step forward 

And look to the road that is ahead 

Goodbye friends. 

Until we meet again. 

-B.Y. 




i 

LISA CAMELA 
ZUCKERMAN 

"Li" 

The problem of today is a big crime 
There's prejudice, racism and other 
Crimes. We need to clean up our act <fe 
that's a fact, cause blacks & whites are 
all equal but they don 't realize instead 
of fighting each other, we should be 
on one side. 

-Kelly Luter & Lisa Zuckerman 



LINDA YANOSICK 
Lindie 

Hold on to your dreams 
Don't ever give in 
If you keep trying 
You 're going to win 




PICTURED 

JAMES BEN-AARON 
GARY CARDWELL 
CHARLES ELLIS 
TIMOTHY KELLY 
VERRA KOSTURI 
MICHAEL MCGILLICK 
JOHN MCKENNA 
EDWARD MONTEIRO 
EDWARD MURPHY 
GERALD SHAFFER 
THOMAS SNEDEKER 
LISA WANG 



RIYE YUKAWA 
Pea 

We need someone to share each 
day. 

To be a source of encouragement. 
When troubles come our way. 
Someone to be true to us. 
Whether near or far apart. 
Someone whose love we'll always 
hold 

And treasure in our hearts forever. 




CLASS OF 1985/47 




1) Laura Linz gives an innocent look as she prepares for the prom. 2) Holly- you look awfully 
happy to be strangling Julie! 3) That couldn't be Urban Gillis on the fifth grade camping 
trip?! 4) Sophmore basketball: First Row: Julie Shea, Gina Bumann, Kim Mendell, Kristen 
Dougherty, Second Row: Maureen McColloch, Kristen Yatsko, Linda Wheaton, Christine 
48/REMEMBER McGovern 5) Mark Fiato, John Bellino and Eric Benson in Mrs. Gunning's seventh grade 
WHEN math class. 




REMEMBER 
WHEN . . . 

Why should graduating students only be reminded of 
their senior year in their yearbook? Here is a look at 
1985's seniors when they weren't in such a lofty social 
position. This diverse group of graduates is special 
because not only are there a smattering of foreign stu- 
dents and kids from Hanscom AFB, but also the students 
who have gone through twelve years of the Bedford 
school system compose the last class whose members 
graduated from all four grammar schools; Davis, Center, 
Page, and Job Lane. Therefore it took a lot of growing and 
maturing for the class to come together to be such an 
intimate group of students. 

1) Joanne Melville, Lynne Telford, and Karen Zolnay-you guys look like 
you've been up to something. 

2) Laura Linz, Cheryl Donahue, and .Julie Tateosian with their lunch 
boxes on the first day of school. 

3) Brendan Gaul, Doug Blair, Alex Segal, Wendy Utley, David Thomas, 
Steven Picard, Lonnie Murray, Russ Cobe, Tom Ford, Rob Kelnhofer, 
Tibor Nagy, Andrea Lund, Donald Woodford, Chris Smith, Joanne 
Delaney, Eric Benson, Thomas Snedeker, Lisa Nandy, Mrs. Reizes, Elisa 
Granowitz, and Mrs. Rainis at Governor King's office. 



REMEMBER WHEN 49 




PATRICIA AHEBN 

3 Francis Kelly Rd 



DANA ARDITO 

72 Birchwood Dr. 



Ill) 



SALL Y ANNE A VEY 

59 Woodland Rd. 

ACTIVITIES: Hall decorating 1, 2, 3; AFS 1. 

2, 3; Yearbook 2. THANKS TO: Cindy, Lynn, 
Elisa, Maureen, Anne. You guys are the 
greatest: Never forget Macs (JRKO). 
FUTURE GOALS: To graduate from college 
and to be successful and happy. 

MARK A. BABILON 

17 Hill Ter. 

THANKS TO: Paula for all the great times that 
we had together. Also to my great friend Axel. 
FUTURE GOALS: Become an Air Traffic Con- 
troller and make a lot of money Get married and 
have 2 kids. 

ERIKA BARBER 

598 Springs Rd. 

ACTIVITIES: AFS 4; Hall decorating 2. 3, 4; 
Prom decorating 3. THANKS TO: JD, PB, CF, 
LY, JS, JF, Mom, Dad, Kim, Tracy, FO, ME, MY, 
GH, KM, RD, TP. KM, HC, CK. FUTURE 
GOALS: College, job related with business and 
helping others. 

NANCY JEANNE BARROWS 

18 Burlington Rd. 

ACTIVITIES: Soccor 1; Softball 1, 2; Ski team 1, 
2; Hall decorating 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor roll 2, 3: Dollars 
for Scholars 1, 2. THANKS TO: AW, LW, LI, PA, 
MO, KD, GB, LG, TM, JJ, CG, KY, CO, CP, MI, 
DO, RE, DS, BP, SB, SR, JH, CD, BG, CM, & JIM. 
FUTURE GOALS: To study in the field of com- 
munications (working with the Arts & people) 

JUDY BARTHOLOMEW 

127 Offutt 

ACTIVITIES: Drama 1, 2; Soccor 2, 3; Band 1, 2, 

3, 4; Marching Band 1, 2, 4; Flight A 3, 4; NHS 4. 
THANKS TO: Anyone who was ever a friend to 



me. I love you! Love Biffa/Bulton/Balu/Jude. 
FUTURE GOALS: to gel lost in the Rocky 
Mountains. 

WENDY BARTO 

6 Clark Cir. 

MICHAEL BAUMAN 

8 Hillcrest Road 

JOHN BELLING 

45 Hayden Lane 

JAMES BEN-AARON 

61 South Rd. 

ERIC R. BENSON 

4 Gould Road 

ACTIVITIES: Football 1, 2. 3, 4; Baseball 1. 2. 3. 
4; Basketball 1; School Newspaper 3, 4; Prom 
Committee 3, 4: Powder Puff Football 3, 4: Legis- 
lative Committee 4; NHS 3. 4. KEEP IN TOUCH: 
Clyde, Bob, Bear, T.P., U.G.. J.O., M.F.. R.D., 
J.M.. D.R.. L.L., R.Y., M.R. FUTURE GOALS: 
Med. School, Become an Orthopedic Surgeon, 
Drive a Zamboni machine, and live to see the Red 
Sox win a World Series- 

DIANA LORD BIRMINGHAM 

46 Wildwood Drive 

ACTIVITIES: Class Secretary 3, 4: Hall Decorat- 
ing 1, 2, 3, 4: Jr. Prom Committee 3: Double Sex- 
tet 3, 4; A.F.S. Club 1, 2. 3: Powder Puff 3, 4: 
Basketball 1; Swimming 2. 3; Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4. 
THANKS TO: All my awesome friends and to 
Mom, Dad. Muzz, and especially to SM! FU- 
TURE GOALS: Just to be happy, and to make 
other people happy. 

DOUGLAS J. BLAIR 

70 Dunster Road 

ACTIVITIES: Cross Country 1, 2, 3, Captain 4; 
Winter Track 1. 2, 3, 4; Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Hall Decorating 4; Powder Puff Cheerleader 4; 
VP of B.D.F.C. 3. 4. THANKS TO: Jake, MO. 
B.D., M.K.. M.C.. BRAD. SQUID, Mr. D, S.M.. 
W.U.. M.S.. T.P. FUTURE GOALS: To run 



around the world without getting my Spiradons 
wet. 

JANET KIM BLAKE 

44 Woodmore Drive 

ACTIVITIES: Hall Decorating 1, 2, 3; Prom Dec- 
orating 3. THANKS TO: KC. MB. forever, DS. 
always. MB & MB, The Crue. MC. MB. CS. EG. 
SP. The Best of Times. KC. LC. FUTURE 
GOALS: To go to college to get a degree in nurs- 
ing, get married & have kids. 

DAVID BOWSER 

40 Roberts Drive 

MAUREEN E. BOYLE 

4 Ruben Duren Way 

ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4 captain 3; 
Softball 1: Ski team manager 2: Cross-country 
Ski team 2; Powder Puff Football 4 captain 4; 
Hall Decorating 1. 2, 3, 4: Yearbook sales 3. 
THANKS TO: My best friend Sue P., Greg, Jill. 
Paul. Chris L, CS, LK. AS. I'm going to miss you. 
FUTURE GOALS: To be a success in whatever I 
attempt, and to have a family of my own. 

NATHANIEL BRADY 

116 Dudley Rd. 

KENNETH BROWN 

1 Mudge Way 

TODD RAYMOND BRUNNER 

13 Lido Lane 

ACTIVITIES: Soccer 1. 2. 3. 4; Basketball 4. 
THANKS TO: My friends who made '85 the best 
of all the rest. FUTURE GOALS: To rid the 
earth of despair. 

REGINA RENE BUMANN 

8 Beverly Rd. 

ACTIVITIES: Cross Country 1, 2, 3, Captain 4 
Basketball 1. 2, 3, 4; Softball 1: Homeroom Rep. 4 
Powder Puff 4: Hall decorating 1. 2, 3, 4 
THANKS TO: Bert, Mac, Ted, Mel I'j, MF, DD. 
LY, NB, CM. Mrs. Sullivan, and all my friends at 
BHS! FUTURE GOALS: To work as a secreUry 
or in the business field. 

DONALD BUNKER JR. 

6 Bonnievale Dr. 

ACTIVITIES: Football 1. 2; Ski team 2. CapUin 
3. 4; Yearbook 4. THANKS TO: BO(143).KR. BP. 
DC, KD. the B.O. FUTURE GOALS: To ski. have 
fun. make money, and live. 

DA VID BURR 

17 Madawaska St. 

ACTIVITIES: ROTC Drill Team: Marching 
Band. THANKS TO: My parents for supporting 
me through school. FUTURE GOALS: College. 

DOUG BURR 

17 Madawaska St. 

Activities: Legislative Community 2. 3. 4; Bas- 
ketball Manager 2. 3: Musical Crew 3. 4; March- 
ing Band 2, 3. 4: Concert Band 1, 2, 3: Wind 
Ensemble 4; Tournament of Plays 4: S.A.A.D. 2. 
3: ROTC Color Guard 2, 3. THANKS TO: Russ. 
John. Paul, Dave and the rest of the Band it's 
been really fun. FUTURE GOALS: Go to college 
and get a Master's in Business. Then become 
filthy rich. 

NADOLYN M. BURTON 

95 B Scott Cir. 

ACTIVITIES: Hall decorating 1. 2: Pep Club 4. 
THANKS TO: MB. DD. SM, LZ, AG, PF, QN, the 
people I call friends/special "T". To Mom and 
Dad, DL/DC. FUTURE GOALS: To go to college 
and study Botany and Psychology. 



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MATT BUXTON 

8 Sibley Dr. 

ACTIVITIES: Lacross 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1. 2; 
THANKS TO: Beautiful, and a friend. FUTURE 
GOALS: Going to college; playing Lacross. 

DIASNE CAISSE 

9 Patriot Cir. \ 

JOHN CALLENDER ] 

134 Old Billerica Rd. 

ACTIVITIES: LaCrosse 1 : Marching Band 1 , 2. 4; 
Cross Country 2, 3: Swim Team 3. THANKS TO: 
Rabbi, Fern, Stein, Milo, Band. FUTURE 
GOALS: Go to college. 

JOHN CAMPOS 

6 Overlook Dr. 

MAUREEN CAPEZZUTO 

23 Summer St. 

ACTIVITIES: AFS 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Decorating 3; 
Hall Decorating 1. THANKS TO: LM. SA, CE, 

CR, MM, AS, EG, GC. Special Thanks to CN-you 
guys are the best, good luck! FUTURE GOALS: 
To go to college, get a degree, and become rich 
and famous. 

GWENDOLYN CARDOOS 

1 Revolutionary Ridge Rd. 

GARY CARDWELL 

57A Scott Cir. 

ANASTASIA STELLA CARRUTH 

20 Orchard Rd. 

ACTIVITIES: Track. THANKS TO: Everybody, 
especially-Sue, my best friend, and Heather and 
Lisa, thanx Mom, Love you. FUTURE GOALS: 

To go to school and then have a successful career 
in child care, and then marry into money. 

KAREN MARJE CASTETTER 

14-A Bedford Village 

ACTIVITIES: Hall Decorating 1, 2, 3; Prom Dec- 
orating 3. THANKS TO: JB, and DE for the good 
times, MB, SP, MB, CS, JM, DD, and especially 
Mark. FUTURE GOALS: To be happy, success- 
ful, and go to college. To slay close to Mark, and 
Matty, forever. 

PA UL CHRISTESEN CASTRO 

109 Davis Rd. 

ACTIVITIES: Drill Team 1, 2, 3, Commander 4; 
Color Guard 1, 2, 3, 4; NHS 4, Student Advisory 
Committee 4. THANKS TO: All my friends, my 
parents and teachers Chef Leo AS, NC, PP, DB, 
DT, SP, MV, DH! FUTURE GOALS: Be happy. 

FERNANDO CATALINA 

16 Temi Rd., Chelmsford, MA 01824 
ACTIVITIES: Soccer 2; Hall Decorating 3, 4; Na- 
tional Honor Society 3, 4: AFS 2, 3: Yearbook 
Advertising 4; FUTURE GOALS: Attend medi- 
cal school- anywhere, and practice medicine in 
an underdeveloped country. Find and return the 
Nov. 6, 1972 issue of Newsweek to the library. 

JEFF CHEMLIN 

303 Concord Rd. 

JUDITH GERALYN CIAMPA 

13 Meadowbrook Rd. 

ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey 1, 2; Orchestra 1, 2, 
3, 4; Chamber Music 2, 3; Concert Band 3, 4; Wind 
Ensemble 4; Jazz Ensemble 4; Pit Orchestra 2, 3, 
4; Marching Band 3, 4. THANKS TO: My family, 
AL, LT, CK, KZ, AK, DW, JG, JK, JD, DS, SS. SS. 
AW, CD, PW, EA, WU, JM, RC, I love you all. 
FUTURE GOALS: To get my Masters Degree, 



live in a Brownstone in Boston, get married, 
move to an old farmhouse, have kids and raise 
beagle puppies named Muffin. 

RUSSELL AARON CORE 

23 Old Stage Coach Rd. 

ACTIVITIES: Wind En.semble 1, 2, 3, 4; March- 
ing Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Jazz Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 4; Or- 
chestra 1, 2. 3, 4; Choir 1, 2; Madrigal 3, 4; 
Barbershop Quartet 4; Musical 1, 2, 3, 4; Drama 
Club 2, 3; Tournament of plays 2, 3: Swim Team 1 , 

2, 3; Telemedia 4. THANKS TO: Grimmis, JC, 
MGHV, MS, WSU, SR, MT, NW, LT, AL, JK, SK, 
and anyone else I forgot. BUCCUPS JPC! FU- 
TURE GOALS: To be rich, famous, and tall. 

KEIR COHEN 

43 Burlington Rd. 

DOUGLAS COLLINS 

32 Pine St. 

JULIE COLLINS 

1 Minuteman Dr. 

ACTIVIES: Hall Decorating 1, 2, 3. 4; Basketball 
1; Field Hockey 1: Ensembles 1; Choir 2, 3, 4; 
Orchestra 1; Drama Club 3, 4; Debating Team 4; 
Manager Field Hockey 3; Prom Committee 3, 4: 
EMIT Staff 4, Telemedia 4. THANKS TO: Mom 
and Dad for caring and special friends Di, JT, HC, 
LL, CD, MB, WG, DC. FUTURE GOALS: Be- 
come a novelist, poet, psychologist, actress, ar- 
cheologist. Want to: Tour Europe, achieve 
eternal happiness, find true love. 

MARYELLEN MARGARET 
COLLITON 

21 Temple Terrace 

ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 
Manager 1; Homeroom Rep. 1, 2, 4; Hall Decorat- 
ing 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3, AFS 1, 2, 3; 
Powder Puff 3, 4. THANKS TO: Mom & Dad, and 
all my friends! Thanks for the great times always 
remember, stay cool. FUTURE GOALS: To be a 
"Solid Gold" dancer. 

CHRISTINE B. COLLYER 

35 Lido Lane 

ACTIVITIES: Ski Team 1, 2, 3. 4; Capt. 4; Boys 
Varsity Soccer Manager 4, Powder Puff Football 

3, 4; Hall Decorating 3, 4: Jr. Rrom Committee 3; 
Pep Club Vice President 3; Pep Rally 4. 
THANKS TO: Chris K., Mom and Dad, all my 
teachers, the B. O., Mr. F., all my close friends, 
and the seniors.FUTURE GOALS: To work at 
Sea World with the dolphins and killer whales. 

DANIEL P. CONCANNON 

35 Glenridge Dr. 

ACTIVITIES: Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4. THANKS TO: 
All. FUTURE GOALS: Gain success. 

MARY-BETH CONWAY 

314 Old Billerica Rd. 

ACTIVITIES: Feild Hockey 1, 2. 3. Captain 4; 
Track 1, 2; Basketball 1; Ensembles 1; Choir 2, 4; 
Madrigals 3, 4: Double Sextette 3, 4; Spring Musi- 
cal 2, 3, 4; Hall Decorating 1, 2. 3. 4: Prom Com- 
mittee 3. 4. THANKS TO: DB, HC, CD, LL, JC, 
TC, and everyone else! Especially Mom & Dad, 
Tricia, and Chris-Love ya! FUTURE GOALS: To 
go to college and grad school, be very successful, 
get married and have 2 kids, especially keeping 
in touch with all my friends in the class of '85. 

HOLLY ELIZABETH CORCORAN 

215 Carlisle Rd. 

ACTIVITIES: JV Softball 1, 2, Captaim 2; Swim 
Team 2, 3, Captain 4; Hall Decorating 1, 2, 3. 4; 
Basketball 1; Prom Committee 3, 4; Homeroom 



Rep 3: Ensembles 2. THANKS TO: You guys are 
the greatest: CD, LL, DB, JC, MC, RY, JT, TC, 
SE, Good luck always!! FUTURE GOALS: To go 
on to college, graduate, get a good job, marry, and 
enjoy life. 

CHRISTOPHER J. COREY 

133 Old Westford Rd., Chelmsford 
ACTIVITIES: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1: Bas- 
ketball 1, 2, 3. 4. THANKS TO: MF, FO, KS, JO. 
MR, TK, MK, PA, MS, MO, TN for making this 
year go by so fast. Thanks especially to Steve R. 
FUTURE GOALS: Go on to college and major in 
Business Administration, marry a model, move 
to California, Lay on the beach while my wife 
brings home the bacon. 

TINA MARIE COREY 

50 Westford Rd.. Ayer, MA 01432 
ACTIVITIES: Yearbook 2, 3: Hall Decorating 2. 
3: THANKS TO: Mom & Dad for all you've done! 
To Deb for being there, to Kenny for everything. 

NEIL COUVEE 

198 Hartwell Rd. 

STEVE CURLEY 

45 Neillan St. 

ACTIVITIES: Hockey 2. 3. 4: FUTURE GOALS: 

To become the president of A.-B. 

CHRISTINA DAVIS 

387 Davis Rd. 

ACTIVITIES: Track 1. 4; Soccor 1: NJHS 1; Art 
Club 1 ; Yearbook 4. THANKS TO: Mom. Dad and 
Eric. To Denise and Natalie. DD, SA. PM. AS. EG. 
LM. CE. JM. AW. BB. FUTURE GOALS: To go 

to college, and become a medical illustrator. To 
travel and settle in Europe. 

JOANNE MARGARET DELANEY 

6 Daniels Dr. 

ACTIVITIES: Marching Band 1. 2. 3. 4; Concert 
Band 1, 2. 3: Wind Ensemble 4: Ensembles 2; Mu- 
sical 3. 4; Choir 3, 4; Drama Club 4; THANKS TO: 
Mark, Julie, Lynne, Sarah, Andie, Lauren, Wen, 
Tina; and especially ER, Mandy, and Peter. FU- 
TURE GOALS: To marry Steve Perry, but I'll 
settle for a college education and a job as the 
music director at BHS 

DEBRA DELFINO 

21 Putnam Rd. 

DEBORAH KAREN DEVINE 

105B Scott Cir. 

ACTIVITIES: Yearbook 3: Hall decorating 1, 3: 
THANKS TO: Tina and Monica, we will always 
be the best of friends. Also to my H.R. buddy 
CD.!!! FUTURE GOALS: To become rich and 
famous living in a penthouse apartment with a 
black Trans Am parked out front. 

DA VID DiNISCO 

18 Temple Ter. 

ACTIVITIES: Telemedia 2, 3, 4; THANKS TO: 

The driving put in by M & D. Jim for all that I've 
learned, and BM for all the laughs. FUTURE 
GOALS: To be the director of the 1996 Olympic 
Games. 

JEANINE MARGARET DOANE 

25A Scott Cir. 

ACTIVITIES: Gymnastics 1; Drama Club 2: 
Football Cheerleader 3, 4: THANKS TO: 
MPACB! Love you. . "MoM" & Dad. TC. KS. RK. 
CS. MBC. CM.' MH.PF. "ODAAT" babe! Sleep 
well. Chen. FUTURE GOALS: To take each day 
as it comes, and not let anything stand in my 
way. I hope to be a good wife and mother, but the 
best I can do is try. 



CHERYL MARIE DONAHUE 

2 Model Ln. 

ACTIVITIES: Girl's JV softball manager 1; Girl's 
Var. Softball manager 2; Homeroom Rep. 3, 4; 
Hall decorating 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3. 
THANKS TO: My friends HC. LL, JT, MB, MC, 
DB, TC, RY, and all seniors! We have had the 
greatest! FUTURE GOALS: To make life the 
happiest it can be! 

KEITH EDWARD DOUGHERTY 

312 Concord Rd. 

ACTIVITIES: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 2: 
Track 3, 4; THANKS TO: My teachers and 
friends. FUTURE GOALS: C.P.A. 

PATRICIA DOUGHTY 

9 Marion Rd. 

THANKS TO: TP, JR, HP, KS. SC, SM, HD, LS, 
KM. KW. CG, DG, SG, PA, LT, KW. NP, CD, 
Thanks for being there. 

HEATHER KAREN DRAKE 

238 South Rd. 

ACTIVITIES: Detention 1, 2, 3, Captain 4; 
THANKS TO: SM, LS, SC, JR. KM. you guys are 
the best! CS wish you were here! Thanks to Mom 
and Dad! FUTURE GOALS: To have my own 
dress shop and to own a Porsche. 

KRISTIN DRASKOVICH 

41 Fayette Rd. 

THANKS TO: CO. JS. KC. GR. LC. LP. thanks 
for everything guys! And remember . . . Rie!!! 

RICHARD DUDA 

297 Concord Rd. 

JOHN DUKE 

10 Gould Rd. 

ACTIVITIES: Winter track 4; THANKS TO: 

D.B. and L.M. and SH and BG and Squid for help- 
ing me clean up. FUTURE GOALS: To have fun, 
meet people, enjoy life, oh yeah, get a job. 

JACQUELINE ANN EDEN 

44 Roberts Dr. 

THANKS TO: Mom, Dad, IW, CE. DD, CR, LM, 
SA. MC. TE. CP. RQ. AK. DC, CH, JP. AD. and 
Ma gooch. FUTURE GOALS: To quit McDon- 
alds and marry TW. 



CYNTHIA EDWARDS 

14 Houlton St. 

ACTIVITIES: National Honor Society 3. 4; AFS 
1. 2. 3. 4. THANKS TO: Mom. Dad. Keith. LM. 
SA. MC. EG. AS, LN, CR, JE, JV, and LM remem- 
ber CJ. 

DEBORAH ELDER 

5 Clark Rd. 

THANKS TO: Matty, The Crust, JB. BB, MB, 
WWl, and Boogie. FUTURE GOALS: To teach 
Boogie to talk. 

CHARLES ELLIS 

11 Fern Way 

KATHRYN A. ELLIS 

II Fern Way 

THANKS TO: Lisa C, Erie, Tinker, Jo, Andy 
Bean, Vicki, Christina. ACTIVITIES: Ski Team 
1. 2. 3, Captain 4; Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; Hall Deco- 
rating 2, 4. FUTURE GOALS: To be a competi- 
tive sailplane pilot and successful field zoologist. 

SEAN ENNIS 

29 Wildwood Dr. 

ACTIVITIES: Football 1. 2. 3. 4: Basketball 1. 2. 

3. Captain 4; Baseball 1. 

SHANNON ERICSON 

97 Hancock St. 

MARK FIATO 

45 Washington St. 

ACTIVITIES: Baseball 1. 2. 3, Captain 4, Foot- 
ball 1. THANKS TO: Everybody who made the 
party worthwhile. FUTURE GOALS: To party 
with Jeff SpicoU. and become independently 
wealthy. 

MICHAEL FrrZGERALD 

13 Washington St. 

ANTHONY CHRISTOPHER 
FLANAGAN 

III Offult Rd. 

ACTIVITIES: Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Concert 
Band 2, 3; Symphonic Band 1; Wind Ensemble 4; 
Clarinet Quartet 4; Golf Team 1. THANKS TO: 
All my friends at Judson, at Jeff Davis and Wen- 




dall, Brender, Karen and John C. at BHS. FU- 
TURE GOALS: To have fun; and maybe even do 
something useful with my life. 

FRED FLORES 

19 Brooksbie Rd. 

CHRISTINE FOERST 

4 Richard Road 

ACTIVITIES: Gymnastics 2; AFS Club 1. 2. 3, 4 
President 4; Drama Club 1: Hall Decorating 1, 4. 
THANKS TO: Mike for understanding. Erika for 
being you, Gina, Tim, Tina, John. Gary, and 
mom-dad! FUTURE GOALS: Make it through 
my senior year. Enjoying college and making my 
life successful with help from my family & 
friends. 

THOMAS FORD 

35 Ent Rd. 

PAULA D. FRANCIS 

12 Hanna Road. Framingham, MA 
ACTIVITIES: Yearbook 3; Hall Decorating 3. 
THANKS TO: Thanks to everyone who made 
these last 3 years bearable: M.B., T.C., M.R., C.H.. 
N.B.. and to Curly. I'll miss you! 

JIM FUREY 

30 Gould Rd. 

LISA M. GARIBOTTO \ 

44 Page Rd. 

ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey 1; Hall Deocrating 
1. 2. 3: Prom Decorating 3. THANKS TO: MO. 
LW. LT. PA. NB, the best of friends and special 
thanks to MG who I'll always love. FUTURE 
GOALS: To go to college and get a good job. To 
marry a nice man and have a few kids. 

BRENDAN THOMAS GAUL 

319 Spring Rd. 

ACTIVITIES: Cross-Country 2. 3; Indoor Track 
2. 3; Spring Track 2. 3: Stage Crew 3. 4. THANKS 
TO: The Cookie Men; Lonnie, Sean/RGang: Jd, 
WG. JM. LK Of course-BL/and a cast of thou- 
sands. FUTURE GOALS: To be very poor: the 
rest is incidental. 

WENDY MARIE GERBRANDS 

33 Sweetwater Ave. 

ACTIVITIES: Hall Decorating 1. 2. 3: Ski Team 
1.2; Soccer 1.2.3.4 captain 4; Prom Committee 3. 
4: Ensembles. BHS Weight Training Club 3: Na- 
tional Honor Society 3. 4. THANKS TO: The fac- 
ulty of BHS. Trainer Pete Cacciola. all of my 
friends and Mom and Dad. FUTURE GOALS: To 
finally be rid of my crutches, and to be happy in 
whatever career I decide to pursue. 

URBAN J. GILLIS 

2A Bedford Village 

ACTIVITIES: Football 1. 2. 3 Captain 4: La- 
crosse 1. 2. 3. 4; Hockey 1. THANKS TO: JB. RJ. 
MF. SM. TP. EM. FO, CP, MR, KT, HR, DB. EB, 
special thanx to AS. BP. EL; luv you KS! FU- 
TURE GOALS: Become an engineer, do well in 
college, raise a happy family and have a dog 
named Butkus. 

PATRICIA A.M.R. GIURLEO 

11 Glenridge Drive 

ACTIVITIES: Soccer-Hockey Cheerleading 2. 3; 
Choir 1. 2; Marching Band 1: AFS 1. 3. 4: Hall 
Decorating 1; Drama Club- Tournament of Plays 
4: Fete Tour '84 3: Spring Musical 2, 3; EMIT Staff 
3. 4: Yearbook Staff 1. THANKS TO: Doug, the 
Good Bunny. Sarah. Stacy. Julie, Fernando, the 
Rebel Yell, Lisa. Mom. Dad. & Mary. FUTURE 
GOALS: To sail around the world, to buy a beau- 



tiful Casa En Columbia, to visit remote countries 
and far away cities, to live forever. 

TIMOTHY GLATFELTER 

396 North Rd. 

MARCY GOYETTE 

108 Enl Road 

ACTIVITIES: Gymnastics 1; Cheerleading 4; 
Pep Club 4; Hall Decorating 1, 2, 3, 4; THANKS 
TO: Moni and Trish for all the great memories. I 
couldn't have made it without you guys. FU- 
TURE GOALS: Make it out of high school, go to 
college, then become disgustingly rich. 

ELISA GRASOWITZ 

47 Meadowbrook Rd. 

ACTIVITIES: Parallax 2, 3, 4; Telemedia 1. 2, 3; 
AFS 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis 3. THANKS TO: Mom and 
Dad. JM. LN, CE, SA, MC. LM, AS, LN. FU- 
TURE GOALS: To succeed in all that I pursue. 

AXEL GRIFFIN 

107C Scott Circle 

ACTIVITIES: Soccer 1, 2, 3; Football 1, 2. 
THANKS TO: Sorry Paula 11. 12/Enjoy the blue 
Mark/Take Troy/ Bye! FUTURE PLANS: 
Make it through college and enjoy life hopefully 
with a lot of money. 

CORRINE GRILLO 

4 Reed Lane 

ACTIVITIES: Diving Team 1; Softball 1; Gym- 
nastics 1; Cheerleading 1; Tennis 2, 3. 4: Prom 
Commitee 1; Homeroom Rep. 1, 2, 3. THANKS 
TO: PA for always being there. Friends 4 ever. 
HD, LW. LT, KM, MO, SM, LS, JR, LV Cori. FU- 
TURE GOALS: To continue with my career. 
Also I plan to get married and have a family. 
Mudwrestling is my fantasy. 

JOHN RICHARD GRIMM 

8 Benjamin Kidder Lane 

ACTIVITIES: Marching Band 1, 2. 3, 4; Wind 
Ensemble 1. 2. 3, 4; Jazz Ensemble 1, 2, 3. 4; Or- 
chestra 1,2. 3. 4; Pep Band 1, 2, 3. 4; Musical 1, 2, 
3, 4; Drama Club 2, 3, 4 Tournament of Plays 2, 3, 
4; Tennis 3, 4; Math League 4; Choir 1, 2, 3; Madri- 
gal 4: NHS 3, 4; Quartet 4. THANKS TO: Bert, 
Dumb Blondes, Beast, K.Z. WSU, DEW, Rabbis. 
S.R, J.L, Julien, and everyone else. FUTURE 
GOALS: To go to college. Majoring in engineer- 
ing, go to grad school, get a job earning mega 
bucks meet the girl of my drearps, and be happy 
as long as I can. 

DA VID HANF 

24 Gray Ter. 

COLLEEN HARRINGTON 

70 South Rd. I 

MICHAEL HAWKINS j 

27 Otis Ln. / 

CHRISTOPHER HA WLEY 

2 Hill Rd. 

TRACEY HELMAR 

216 Great Rd. 

THANKS TO: SM, LV, CT, CN, BV. MO, MB. 

Especially KH- thanks for all the good times- 
keep in touch- TH 

SEAN HURLEY 

2 Concord Rd. 

CASEY LINDA JACKELEN 

21 Offutl 



ROBERT F. JACOBSON 

29 Gould Rd. 

ACTIVITIES: Lacrosse 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1; 
Yearbook Editor 4. THANKS TO: Dad JBUGEB 
SMMFCMMR DBTNMS. FUTURE GOALS: 

Party in college, work hard for a few years, be 
disgustingly rich and have more fun than a hu- 
man being should be allowed to have. 

ROBERT JOY 

392 North Rd. 

JOHN JOYCE 

38 Pine St. 

TIMOTHY KELLY 

2 Ruben Duren Way 

ROBERT JOHN KELNHOFER 

2 Foster Rd. 

ACTIVITIES: Soccer 1. 2, 3, Capt, 4; Winter 
Track 3. 4, Basketball 1, 2; Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Math League 3, 4; Hall decorating 3, 4; THANKS 
TO: Jam, Slug Burp, the Duke, Snapper. KD, LO, 
anyone else who deserves it! FUTURE GOALS: 
To get my Ph.D become Doctor K. and have long- 
er hair. 

ALBERT A. KENNEY 

33 Old Stagecoach Rd. 

ACTIVITIES: Swimming 1, 2, Capt. 3, 4: Legisla- 
tive Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Wind Ensemble 3. 4; 
Jazz Ensemble 3. 4; Yearbook Editor 4. THANKS 
TO: Bill, Lynne, Don, Judy, Grim, Fuzz, "Z", 
Cheryl, Jo, Julie, Weezee, Scott, Tad, Keith, Raj 
& ma mere FUTURE GOALS: To meet the Pope 
and own my own McDonald's franchise. 

MICHAEL KENT 

21 Hill Ter. 

LAUREN KIRKLAND 

28 Brooksbie Rd. 

THANKS TO: All the great people I met during 
my four years at Bedford High School. FUTURE 
GOALS: I plan to attend college and study busi- 
ness administration or become a legal secretary. 

1 hope to get married and have a family. 

CHERYL ANN KNELL 

2 Cutler Rd. 

ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey 1; Hall decorating 1; 
NHS 3, Secretary 4; Yearbook Editor 4; 
THANKS TO: Jude and Jean: plus LT, DS. AL. 
CD, AW, AK, "Z", Gracias a FF, RK, DD: 
Pammy; FUTURE GOALS: Go away to college, 
then travel while I'm young. 

JULIE KOSTISHACK 

11 Reeves Rd. 

ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey 2; Hall decorating 1. 
3, 4; Telemedia 3, 4; Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Tourna- 
ment of Plays 2, 3, 4; Ensembles 1, Choir 2, 3. 4; 
Musical 2. 3. 4; Double Sextette 3, 4; Concert 
Band 1, 2, 3; Wind Ensemble 4; Jazz Ensemble 4; 
Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4; THANKS TO: John Jo, 
Andie, Sarah, Patty, Lynne, Judy, Stacy, LM, 
AK, DW, JG, RD, DC, FC, MS, Mom, Dad & Sara!! 
FUTURE GOALS: To practice dentistry (prefer- 
ably somewhere in the Caribbean); and to be- 
come the first women to win the America's Cup. 

VERRA KOSTORI 

61 Shaw Cir. 



LAURA KRAMER 

34 Elmbrook Rd. 

ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey 2. Varsity 2, 4: Ski 
Team 1, 2; Hall decorating 1, 2, 3. 4: THANKS 



TO: SP. MB. CJ, JM, WG, SH, BG, & LM. FU- 
TURE GOALS: To survive college in one piece, 
and to go on and be successful (hopefully with a 
good-looking, rich guy!!) 

LISA LEONG 

10 Richards Rd. 

ACTIVITIES: Yearbook 1. 3. 4; Pep Club 4; H.R. 
Rep. 2; Hall decorating 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 
3; THANKS TO: My 2 best friends 2CM. Mel. JM, 
MR, NM, RQ. GB. PD and to everyone else in the 
school. FUTURE GOALS: To make it through 
college and have a successful career. After I 
want to get married to the most gorgeous guy 
and have a house full of kids. 

LAURA MARIE LINZ 

2 Jeffrey Cir. 

ACTIVITIES: J.V. Softball 1; Ensembles 1, 2; 
Choir 3, 4; Musical 3, 4; Hall decorating 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Prom Committee 3, Co-Chairperson 4; THANKS 
TO: HC, CD, DB. JC. RY, MBC, TD, JT. CL, LL, 
JM, LL. CM. EB. SM. LT. MH. Mom.Dad, & the 
class of 1985!! FUTURE GOALS: To always keep 
in touch with my friends and live happily ever 
after in a big house in the country with a straw- 
berry patch in the back yard. 

CHRISTOPHER LIVINGSTON 

321 Spring Rd. 

ANDREA LUND 

10 Hemlock Ln. 

ACTIVITIES: Wind Ensembles 1, 2. 3. 4; March- 
ing Band 1. 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Jazz En- 
semble 2, 3, 4; Choir 2. 4: Ski Team 1: Drama Club 
2. 3. 4: Tournament of Plays 3. 4; Musical Pit 1. 2; 
Accompanist 1. 3. 4; THANKS TO: Champ. Cas- 
per. "Z". Bert. D. Woody. JG. JK. CK. JD. SR. 
You guys are the greatest! FUTURE GOALS: 
Play in the pit orchestras of Broadway musicals 
and live in New York. 

JEFFREY T. MACDONALD 

22 Dunelm Rd. 

ACTIVITIES: Rifle Team 1; Ski Team 4. 
THANKS TO: John s., JD. JC. JP. CD. DD. Julia. 
AW. & BPL friends, Trendle LM, SH. WG, SP. 
KB. DM. SF, Mom & Dad. FUTURE GOALS: To 

be successful in- life. To get a job that makes a lot 
of money. To travel the world. To live in Maine. 
And also be happy Also to be able to see U2 in 
concert without having to get up at 4 am to get 
tickets. 

DEN ICE MACE 

9 Genetti Circle 

JIM MACHARRIE 

19 Hill Terrace 

PATRICIA LYNN MACINTOSH 

133 Patterson Rd. 

ACTIVITIES: Basketball 1; Hall Decorating 1, 2, 
3: Prom Decorating 3. THANKS TO: Marci and 
Moni for being there, DG & ML for support and 
RR for having fun. FUTURE GOALS: to gradu- 
ate, go to college, make over $,50,000 a year, re- 
tire and see the world all accompanied by fun. 

CAREN C. MANNING 

7 Richard Rd. 

ACTIVITIES: Class Treasurer 3, 4: JV Field 
Hockey 1, 2 Varsity Field Hockey 3; Cheerleader 
4: Basketball 1; Ensembles 1. 2. 3: Choir 4; Musi- 
cal 4: Make-up Crew 3: Hall Decorating 1. 2. 3. 4; 
Prom Decorating 3. THANKS TO: Mel. M.R.-3- 
some 4-cver! Thanks to all for making the past 4 
years fantastic! Love Ya! FUTURE GOALS: To 



live in a big while house on a hill with a gorgeous 
man and have six of our own and six adopted 
kids, a dog, a parrot, lots of flowers and fish, then 
we'll eat drink and be merry and fat and live 
happily ever after listening to CELEBRATION! 

CHRISTOPHER G. MAWING 

7 Richard Rd. 

ACTIVITIES: Soccer 1. 2, 3, 4: Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Golf 3. THANKS TO: All who made my senior 
year special: DB. JS. NA, MA. KF, KC. MC. TC, 
Mel, BY. PD. 

NOELLE MARIE MARCOTTE 

3 Nellis Terrace 

ACTIVITIES: French Club 1; Telemedia 2, 3: 
Tournament of Plays 2. 3: Hall Decorating 2. 3: 
AFS 3 Treasurer 4; Yearbook 3 Editor 4. 
THANKS TO: Brcnda. Renee. LL, CH. AR. JM, 
MK, JL, and to Mom and Dad. FUTURE GOALS: 
to meet Xavier DeCostele, marry Jean-Michelle 
Cousteau, and get a better tan than Richard ever 
dreamed of. 

PAUL MARCUS 

28 Bohair drive 

THOMAS MASKALENKO 

65 Fletcher Rd. 

SCOTT MCARDLE 

291 Davis Rd. 

ACTIVITIES: Football 1, 2, 3 Captain 4: Baseball 
1, 2, 3 Captain 4; Homeroom Rep. 3. 4: NHS 4; 
THANKS TO: Benny-what can I say. I love ya! 
Bob. Urb. Dude. Hey-Di I still love youl Thanks- 
Sab. Bob. Ed. FUTURE GOALS: Own a Porsche 
before age 40. Have a family & be Happy. 

LYNN M. MCCARTHY 

19 Lido Lane 

ACTIVITIES: AFS 1.2. 3. 4; Hall Decorating 1.2. 
3. THANKS TO: AS. EG. MM. CN. JE. SA. MC. 

SB. JB. CR. For the fun times: Cindy. Garry the 
best of friends. FUTURE GOALS: Attend Suf- 
folk University, become a successful lawyer and 
no longer work at Mac's. 

MA UREEN ROSE MCCULLOCH 

20 Summer Street 

ACTIVITIES: Softball 1. 3: Swimming 1. 2: Bas- 
ketball 1. 2. 3: Hall Decorating 1. 2; Prom Deco- 
rating 3: AFS 1. 2. 3. 4. THANKS TO: Carolyn 
Nawoichik for being my best friend & Russ Cau- 
vell. Mom. Rob. and Dad. FUTURE GOALS: Col- 
lege and being a technical designer. 

MICHAEL MCGILLICK 

95C Scott Circle 

CHRISTINE M. MCGOVERN 

3 Ten Acres Drive 

ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey 1. 2 Varsity 3 Cap- 
tain 4: Basketball 1.2 Varsity 3. 4; Softball: Track 
2; Hall Decorating 1. 2. 3. 4; Concert Band 1. 2. 3. 
4: NHS 4: Jr. Prom Commitee. THANKS TO: B— 
Buddy-Ma, Mellon, Caren, DS. PW, ET, KM, CJ. 
Esp. to Ms. S. & Ms. G. Love you all! Good Luck' 
FUTURE GOALS: To have a good life, travel 
and be happy, preferably with a tall, gorgeous 
man who is rich. 

JOHN MCKENNA 

460 North Rd. 

SUSAN MCKIE 

16 Webber Ave. 

STEVEN MCMAHAN 

57 Hancock St. 



SUSAN McMAHAN 

11 Dunster Rd. 

JOANNE MELVILLE 

3 Earl Rd. 

ACTIVITIES: Class President 2. 3. 4: Yearbook 
2; Telemedia announcer 4; Ski Team 4: Track 
Manager 3. THANKS TO: Family (Bernice) 
Elisa. Edd. Wendy. MF. Monti. RK. BG. SR'S. 
Mellon. Boo, Di-Mike. MA. KM. CC. Larry. TM. 
FUTURE GOALS: To take over Barbara Wal- 
ter's job by the time I'm 21. 

KIM MENDELL 

44 Washington St. 

KIM MEYER 

215 Great Rd. 

ACTIVITIES: Ski Team 2. THANKS TO: Amy 

and Scott M. for always being there! Good times 
with SW. MD. and the gang FUTURE GOALS: 
To be successful in my career and always be 
happy. 

SHARON MICHELSON 

16 Bonnievalc Dr. 

KEVIN MICK EL 

20 Fox Run Rd. 

ACTIVITIES: Telemedia 1. 2. 3. 4; BHS Super- 
band 2. 3. THANKS TO: God for his care and 
special guidance. FUTURE GOALS: To be the 
46th President of the United Stales. 

AMY MILLER 

17 Grey Terrace 

ACTIVITIES: Softball 1. 2: Field Hockey 1. 2. 
THANKS TO: Kim for being there through ev- 
erything! Tine. "Wcech". Mickey, the whole 
gang. Rog. CEWV" 

EDWARD MONTE I RO 

103 Scoll Cir. 

JONI MONTEMAGNO 

5 Cot Hill Rd. 

ACTIVITIES: Hall Decorating 2. 3. 4; Swim 
Team 1. 2. 3; Gymnastics 1.2. THANKS TO: Any- 
one who ever failed a test with me. The Cookie 
Men. BP. WG. FUTURE GOALS: To be happy, 
and to spread my happiness all around me. 'To 
graduate from high school. 

JEANNETTE LINDA MOREA U 

7 Kingsley Terrace 

ACTIVITIES: Legislative Committee 1. 2. 3: 
Gymnastics 1. 3. Captain 4: Girls Swim Team 1: 
Prom Committee Chairman 3. 4; Hall Decorating 
1. 2. 3. 4. Homeroom Rep 1. 2. 3; THANKS TO: 
My parents, my family, my friends, and especial- 
ly Melissa. FUTURE GOALS: Major in Psychol- 
ogy at college. 

SCOTT MUNDEN 

101 Pine Hill Rd 

EDWARD MARSHALL MURPHY IV 

7 Hilda Rd. 

ACTIVITIES: Football 1, 2: Track 1; FUTURE 
GOALS: Retire by age thirty, buy a yacht and 
cruise around the world for the rest of my life. 

KELLY ANN MURRA Y 

25 Concord Rd. 

ACTIVITIES: Softball 1 . THANKS TO: KW. JR. 

HP. SM. LS. SC. HD, KS, PD, TP.CT SN, I 

love you .... 

LA WRENCE MURRA Y 

326 North Rd. 



TIBOR NAGY'^'m.miM^ 

326 South Rd. ^/MI 

CAROL YN DIA NE NA WOICHIK 

24 Summer St 

ACTIVITIES: Hall decorating 1. 2: Prom Deco- 
rating 3: AFS 1. 2. 3. 4: Swim Team 2. THANKS 
TO: Maureen McCulloch for the wild and best 
times and Maureen C.-F/F! Also. LM. CR. SA. 
CF. TH etc. FUTURE GOALS: To be a self-em- 
ployed accountant enjoying life to the fullest. 

CHRISTINE M. NEIL 

8 Old StageCoach Rd. 

ACTIVITIES: Cheerleading 2. 3. Hall Decorat- 
ing 1. 2. THANKS TO: SS. LO. JS. and special 
thanks to JO. FUTURE GOALS: To be a cover- 
up make-up artist for Burns Shrine Institute. 

LAURA NEWMAN 

.37 Great Rd. 

ACTIVITIES: Drill Team 1. 2. 3: THANKS TO: 

Amanda. EG. ES. CE. JV. RH, ST, PB FUTURE 
GOALS: Four year college. 

TROY A. NEWMAN 

37 Great Rd. 

ACTIVITIES: Soccer 1, 2. THANKS TO: Carol. 
Casey. Mike. Myra. Paula. Azel "Go-nuts" lOyrs. 
Just another tricky day. FUTURE GOALS: To 

be disgustingly rich 

LOUISE O HARA 

12 Wagon Wheel Or 

ACTIVITIES: Swim Team 1. 2. 3: Yearbook 3. 
Editor 4: AFS 2. 3. Vice President 4; Prom Com- 
mittee 3: Homeroom Representative 2. 4: NHS 3. 
4; Powdcr-Puff Football 3, 4: Pep Club 4: 
THANKS TO: Mickey the spoon, and Boomie- 
dom. which I can always lean on. FUTURE 
GOALS: To find a vegetable that I actually like, 
and seriously, to learn Portugese and go to 
Brazil. 

FRANK C. OPPEDISANO 

29 Old Stagecoach Rd. 

MARY ORAM 

2 Wilson Rd 

JAMES PATRICK O'SHAUGHNESSY 

25 Sweetwater Ave. 

ACTIVITIES: Hockey 1. 2. 3. Captain 4: 
THANKS TO: BW. FO. MR. MF. MF. JW. TP. 

JM. DB. Mom. Dad. Rufus. and especially TN. 
FUTURE GOALS: To be the best. 

DENISE PAGAN 

18 Hill Terrace 

JAMES DOMINIC PA PA LI A 

42 Notre Dame Rd. 

ACTIVITIES: Basketball 1. 2; Football 2. 3. 4: 
Choir 3. 4: School Play ,3. 4. THANKS TO: The 
planetary system and the atom which help the 
world go around. FUTURE GOALS: I am going 
to work as an auto mechanic for 5-7 years, then 
buy some land with Dingo in Vermont and live. 

RANDY PATTERSON 

2 Green St. 

BRENDA ALLISON PEASE 

49 Elm St. 

THANKS TO: Everyone. 

HEIDI J. PETERSEN 

9 Sclfridgc Rd. 

THANKS TO: JR. KS. TP. PD. HD. SM. KW. 
KM. SC. LS. CG. Many good limes won't be 
forgotten. 



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JOHN H. PETERSEN 

18 Lido Lane 

ACTIVITIES: Swim Team 1, 2. 3. 4; Hall Deco- 
rating; Prom Decorating. THANKS TO: My par- 
ents and family, friends JS, KD, LM. SH, MO, EP, 
JC, MB, LC, PL. FUTURE GOALS: To receive 
my Masters Degree in electrical engineering and 
become a top executive in some engineering 
firm. 

SUSAN PETRECCA 

10 Benjamin Kidder Lane 

ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 
Powder Puff Football Captain 4; Hall Decorating 

1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Decorating 3; Ski Team Manager 

2. THANKS TO: Betle Boyle who was always 
there for me! Thanks for all the good times: JH, 
CS, PT, AS, MR! FUTURE GOALS: To be hap- 
py, get married, have a family and go to Gilley's 
in Texas. 

TIMOTHY C. PEUCKER 

45 Offutt Rd. 

ACTIVITIES: Football 3, Captain 4; Hockey 3, 4; 
Hall Decorating 3, 4: Powder-Puff Coach 3, 4; Ju- 
nior Prom Decorating 3; THANKS TO: My moth- 
er and father for their long support thru out my 
high school years. FUTURE GOALS: To own 
my own house on a mountain side and to be fam- 
ous. Also a porsche would be nice (candy apple 
red). 

STEVEN PICARD 

11 Sherwood Dr. 

PETER PIRO 

175 Old Billerica Rd. 

STEPHEN PISANI 

13 Neillian St. 

THERESA MARIE PORTER 

156 South Rd. 

THANKS TO: PD, JR, HP, KS, KM, SC, SM, HD, 
KW, LS, PA, MF, NP, KW, Thanks for all the 
good times. FUTURE GOALS: To judge the Mr. 
Universe contest. 

AMY PUFFER 

235 Great Rd. 

ACTIVITIES: Gymnastics 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 
Sales Staff 2. 3. THANKS TO: Renee, Moe. Trish, 
and other special friends and Todd, this is for the 
good times. 

JON PURDY 

15 Pine St. 

RENEE J.T. QU ALTER 

19 Temple Terrace 

THANKS TO: Gwendolina, Puff-Puff, Cyndie. C 
& D DiNisco, Liz. Chris, CJ, LL. LP, NM, JC, Rez, 
LMc, RG, and everyone A to Z. Good Luck!!! FU- 
TURE GOALS: After attending a decent college, 
ril be an international buyer, then own an exclu- 
sive European style boutique. Most importantly, 
I want to marry and live in an affluent environ- 
ment, in a big brick mansion on the outskirts of 
Quebec City. 

MICHELE H. RENNIE \ 

18 Harvard Drive 

ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, Captain 4; 
Hall Decorating 3, 4; Prom Decorating 3; Pow- 
der-Puff Football 3. 4. THANKS TO: Deb for be- 
ing the only one. RJ ILY MEC. CM. SR. DB. TP. 
UG, JB, SM, EB. MF. JL. LP. TM, CM. MS. SP, 
CS, MB, LK, and especially Mom. FUTURE 
GOALS: To own a log cabin in the woods of Ver- 
mont with a sunken living room, a fireplace, a 




mountain to ski down in the backyard, and to be 
married to a nice looking rich man. 

MICHELLE RIDGLEY 

62 Springs St. 

SUSAN E. RILEY 

22 Glenndge Dr. 

ACTIVITIES: Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Field Hock- 
ey 1, 2, 3, 4; Powder-Puff Football 4; Hall Deco- 
rating 1. 2, 3. 4; Concert Band 1. 2, 3. THANKS 
TO: Michele, Debbie, Mellon. Thanks for every- 
thing! Also, CH, GB, LY, CM, CM, its been great!! 
FUTURE GOALS: To be happy and successful. 

JULIE MARIE ROBBINS 

16 Selfridge Rd. 

ACTIVITIES: JV Tennis 1 , 2; Varsity Tennis 3, 4; 
Detention 2, 3. THANKS TO: HP. KS. KW. KM, 
HD, LS. SM. SC. CT. TP. PD. Dad-remember the 
good limes. FUTURE GOALS: Go to college, 
have a family and reach the legal drinking age 
before it rises. 

GLEN ROBINSON 

27 Notre Dame Rd. 

THANKS TO: JS. SS. SD. TF. KD, KC, TK. 

SARAH J. ROBINSON 

97 Old Burlington Rd. 

ACTIVITIES: Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Madrigal 3, 4; 
Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Concert Band 1, 2: Wind 
Ensemble 3. 4; Jazz Ensemble 3. 4; Spring Musi- 
cal 1. 2. 3. 4; lead role 3. 4; Drama Club 1. 2. 3. 4; 
Telemedia 1. 2. 3; Double Sextette 2. 3. 4; director 
3. 4: NHS 3. 4; THANKS TO: Patty. Julie. Joanne. 
Andrea. Mike Karen, Lynne, Donald, and espe- 
cially Steve. FUTURE GOALS: To travel, meet 
many interesting people, and lead an exciting 
life. 

CALANDRA A. ROLAND 

18-A Bedford Village 

THANKS TO: Lynn McMac's. Jackie E.. Cindy 
E. I'll never forget. Dr. B Davis. Everyone MC. 
MM. CN! FUTURE GOALS: A legal or private 
secretary to be rich, not famous, and to be mar- 
ried by the age of 26. and to enjoy life the fullest. 



MIKE RUSSELL 

9 Lynnfield Rd. 

ACTIVITIES: Basketball 4. FUTURE GOALS: 

To become the Vice President of A.-B. 

MARK RUSSO 

16 Fern Way 

CHRISTINE R. SARNO 

4 Pond Cir. 

ACTIVITIES: Basketball 1; Field Hockey 2; Ski 
Team 2; Hall decorating 1. 2, 3. 4; Powder Puff 
Football 4; Tournement of Plays 4; H.R. Rep 2. 3. 
4; Jr. Prom Decorating 3; THANKS TO: My par- 
ents. Belvy. Spike. Face, Ebiddie, RD, MC, MR. 
CM. CM MS, and every one else!! THANKS FU- 
TURE GOALS: To finally pass Mrs. Golley's Al- 
gebra II class !!!! 

CHRISTINE SA VIOLI 

67 Wildwood Dr. 

THANKS TO: BV. SM, KM, CN, CT, LV. TH. and 
all of A-Wing crew! All my love to Bryon. FU- 
TURE GOALS: Save up for a race car. a home, 
and life with Bryon. 

BRENDA SA YLES 

3 Offutt Rd. 

J A Y SCHOENDORF 

16 Ledge wood Dr. 

SCOTT SCHUBERT 

8 High St. 

ALEX SEGAL 

17 Fox Run Rd. 

ACTIVITIES: ROTC Drill Team 1. Legislative 
Committee 3; Student Advisory Committee 4; 
THANKS TO: P C. DB "Best Enemies" David 
Byrne for his outrageous music. FUTURE 
GOALS: TO live it up with style. 

ADRIAN SEVIER 

104 Patterson Rd. 

ACTIVITIES: Yearbook 3. Editor-in-Chief 4: 
Marching Band 1. 2. 3. 4; Pep Band 1 . 2; Orchestra 
3. 4; NHS 3, 4; Musical 2, 3; THANKS TO: My 



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family and friends. FUTURE GOALS: I hope to 
attain an M.B.A., a position as Chairman of the 
Board of a Fortune 500 company by 30, a total net 
worth of 1 billion by 35, ownership of 5th Ave., 
and most of all, happiness and wisdom. 

DENISE CHRISTINE SHAFER 

164 Ent Rd. 

ACTIVITIES: Spnng Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Winter 
Track 4; Cross Country 2; Swim Team 1; Ad- 
vanced Band 1, 2; All-Spain Musical Festival 1, 
Secretary 2: Hall decorating 2; NHS 3, 4; Year- 
book 4; THANKS TO: Mom & Dad, ML. CD, NR, 
SW, CC. CS. SS, RM, MT, SC, DJ, KY, AM, CM, 
JC, CK, AS, AW, SS, & PW. Love Denise. FU- 
TURE GOALS: To travel, work and live in Eu- 
rope (preferably in Spain), to be successful and 
live my life to the fullest. 

GERALD SHAFFER 

5 Lewis Rd. 

KENNETH W. SHARKEY 

20 Hill Ter. 

ACTIVITIES: Football 1; Swimming 3; 
THANKS TO: Tina for all you have done for me. 
MS for being my friend, CC this is for you. FU- 
TURE GOALS: To succeed at future career in 
the U.S.A. F., all my other goals. 

MONICA SHARPE 

6 Colony Cir. 

ACTIVITIES: gymnastics \, 2; Drama Club I, 2; 
Choir 1, 2. 3; Madrigal 4; Powder Puff 4; Cheer- 
leading 3. Capt. 4: H.R. Rep 2, 3; Double Sextette 
3, 4; Pep Club 1, 4; THANKS TO: MG. TM. BE. 
DH. MJ, JB, JF, RJ, LF, KR. RK. SP. KH. SR. 
TF. KS. CC, DB. MC. BY. SM. MF. CP. KC. ME. 
LL. CC. FUTURE GOALS: Graduate from col- 
lege, try new things i.e. handgliding. get married 
and have twins (1 boy. 1 girl) be happy and enjoy 
life. 

CHRISTOPHER SHA W 

18 Selfridge Rd. 

PATRICK SHAW 

22 Caribou St. 

JULIE SHEA 

16A Bedford Village 

BRIAN SHEEHAN 

122 Springs Rd. 



CARLEEN ROSEANN SHINER 

91 SOUTH Rd. 

THANKS TO: Jeff. Joanna, Diane, and CM, HP, 
WL, AP. GJ. ML, EM, and Kelly with love Car- 
leen FUTURE GOALS: To go to business school 
and to own a boutique specializing in French and 
American couture. 

DANIEL JOHN SILVESTRONE 

14 Page Rd. 

ACTIVITIES: Soccer 1; Baseball 1, 2; Golf 4; 
Winter Track 4; H.R. Rep 1, 2; Spring Track 4; 
THANKS TO: DASH, the Weeble, Spence, 
CALLE. CK. Scan, my dissecting partner Thank 
you. FUTURE GOALS: Become a successful 
veterinarian, and at the same time work in & 
manage my fathers shop. 

LISA C. SINOTTE 

1 Siblev Dr. 

THANKS TO: HD. SM. JR. KM. for everything! 
And thanks to Mom! FUTURE GOALS: To be a 
medical secretary and to be able to stay out later 
than my friends. 



you. FUTURE GOALS: Become a successful 
veterinarian, and at the same time work in & 
manage my fathers shop. 

AMANDA SMITH 

26A Scott Cir. 

THANKS TO: Laura Newman. JV. SS. TT, TN, 
MB. FUTURE GOALS To be able to travel. 

THOMAS R. SNEDEKER 

17 Lane Ave. 

THANKS TO: Jimi Hendrix and Eric Clapton 
plus others too numerous to mention: FUTURE 
GOALS: I wanna rock!!!! 

ANNE F. SOLOMITA 

6 Harvard Dr. 

ACTIVITIES: Marching Band 1. 2, 3. 4: AFS 2, 3, 
4; Parallax 2. 3. 4; Concert Band 1. 2. 3. 4: Art Club 
2, 3; Yearbook 3: THANKS TO: My Mom 'n Dad. 
Jim, Lauren, EG. CE. LM. MC, SA. LN, CD. DS, 
JB, JM. CM, I'll miss you! FUTURE GOALS: To 
go to college and then on to a successful career, 
commercial art or advertising. Than travel all 
over the world. 

JAMES CHRISTOPHER SPARKS 

8 Richards Rd. 

ACTIVITIES: Football 1. 2; THANKS TO: My 

parents and all my friends. FUTURE GOALS: 
To work in the field of electronics, win megabucs 
and travel. 

JOHN LINCOLN SPENCER III 

2 Brown St. 

ACTIVITIES: Lacrosse 1. 2; Basketball 3, 4; Ten- 
nis 3, 4: Emu /Blue News 4: Math League 1, 4; 
THANKS TO: Mom & Dad. DS. MS, JP. SH. LM. 
BG. KH. BS. my mailman MS. Ms. Lohrum. Coa- 
ch H.. CS, RS. SS. MR, MG. TB. DS. FUTURE 
GOALS: To be rich, see Australia and meet Steve 
Martin. 

KAREN ST. ONCE 

7 Evergreen Ave. 

THANKS TO: HP. HD. JR. LS. SC, SM. KM. KW. 

PD, TP. JM. you guys are the best! Also to my 
family and Ken. FUTURE GOALS: To work in 
the Medical field 

JAMES C. STORER 

6 Noreen Dr. 

ACTIVITIES: Soccer 1. 2, 3. 4: Hockey 2. 3. 4; 
Golf 1, 2, 3; Hall decorating 1, 2, 3, 4: THANKS 
TO: My special friends that made everything so 
special; CM, NA, MA, BY. KC. DB. KF. NC. TC. 
FUTURE GOALS: To find the hidden land of Oz 
and live happily ever after 

JOHN SULLIVAN 

57 Hartwell Rd. 

THANKS TO: Glenn. Cracker. Ken. Tom & Er- 
nie and everyone who made it as good as it was. 
FUTURE GOALS: Happiness and good times 
FOREVER!!!!!! 

MICHAEL SULLIVAN 

61 Hillside Ave. 

ACTIVITIES: Choir 3. 4; Madrigal 4; Musical 
Comedy 3. 4; Telemedia 2. 3. 4; Spnng Play 3: 
Tournament of Plays 2. 3, 4; Winter Track 2; 
THANKS TO: Sarah & Julie. SP. CS. A Game. Di. 
No Lady . . .. Big Brother. MB. Michele. B.M.. 
Mom Shemana & Ross. FUTURE GOALS: Hap- 
piness . . . and a little applause! 

RAJ SUNDRA 

6 William St. 

ACTIVITIES: Soccer 1. 2. 3. Capt. 4: Hockey 1: 
Tennis 1; Wind Ensemble 1, 2. 3, 4: Jazz Ensem- 



ble 2.3.4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 1.2.3, 
4; Pit Orchestra 3. 4; NHS 3. 4; THANKS TO: 
MAT. MRE, LU, MT. LEL. SB. SW, LT, AK, 
MRS. FUTURE GOALS: To find a single goal in 
life; if there is one! 

DAVID SWANSON 

614 Springs St. 

STACY EILEEN SWIDER 

15 Old Stagecoach Rd. 

ACTIVITIES: Wind Ensembles 1. 2, 3, 4; Orches- 
tra 1, 2, 3, 4; Jazz Ensemble 1, 2, 3. 4; Marching 
Band 1. 2. 3. 4; Musical 1. 2. 3. 4; Swim Team 2; 
NHS 3. 4; Choir 1. 2, 3. 4; Editor of Blue News 4; 
Hall decorating 1. 2; THANKS TO: TN, LO. PG, 
LT. JK. RS. TS. AF. JB. MS. AK. TN. SF. FC. 
RY, JC. SB. & LP for pulling up with me. FU- 
TURE GOALS: Guest star on the "Love Boat". 

JULIE TATEOSIAN 

14 Jeffrey Cr. 

ACTIVITIES: Track 1; Gymnastics 1; Soccer 
/hockey Cheerleading 2. 3, Captain 4; Hall deco- 
rating 1, 2, 3; Prom Commitee 3 THANKS TO: 
Everybody! -You're all MINT!!!! FUTURE 
GOALS: Nirvana Now 



LYNNE MARIE TELFORD 

25 Notre Dame Rd. 

ACTIVITIES: Wind Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 4; Jazz En- 
semble 1,2.3.4.; Marching Band 1.2.3.4; Choir 1. 
2, 3. 4; Spring Musical 1. 2. 3. 4; Double Sextette 2, 
3, 4; Drama Club 1; Class Secretary 2: Girls Stale 
3; Yearbook Editor 4; National Honor Society 3, 
4; Treasurer 3, 4 THANKS TO: Kez, Gonga, 
Andi, Jude, John, Donald Cheryl, Julie, WSU, 
Casper. Stace. Jo. Scoll. Sarah, and Boo FU- 
TURE GOALS: To practice medicne at Mass. 
General Hospital. Live in an old Victorian 
House, and own a St. Bernard. 

JULIA THOMAS 

231 Dudley Rd. 

ACTIVITIES: Varsity swimming 1, 2. 3 capUin 
4; AFS 2. 3. 4; jjowderpuff football 3: Debating 4: 
Hall decorating 1. 2. 3 THANKS TO: Louise. 
Randy. Fernando. Wendy. Joni. Nai. Exeter. 
Texas, swimming, and well Mom and Dad too 
FUTURE GOALS: Ride off into the sunset 



LINDA THOMPSON 

7 Willard Cr. 

ACTIVITIES: Legislative Commitee 1; swim 
team 1. 2. 3. 4; basketball 1. 2THANKST0: K.Y.. 
L.W. L.G.. M O. M F. N.B. E.B. A W. L.G. F.O, 
S.E. K.D, DB, and H.D,- WE MADE IT! FUTURE 
GOALS: to find happiness, success, and a rich 
guy! 

CAROL TOPPING 

39 Sunset Rd. 

ACTIVITIES: 1. 2 Gymnastics 1. 2; A- wing 1. 2. 
3. 4 THANKS TO: L.V. T.H. S.M. B.V. C.N. N.B. 
M.S.-= Class of 84. Thanks for the great times, 
stay in touch! FUTURE GOALS: Go to college as 
a Business major, eventually own a country store 
farm, and a couple horses. Be happy, and some- 
day learn to hang glide. 

JUNE TRA VIS 

2 Wheeler Rd. 

ACTIVITIES: Majorette; President of Art Club, 
Telemedia. Art 1. 2. 3. 4 THANKS TO: My moth- 
er and family. Kern Cooper. Russ. Pammy and 
my Becky. FUTURE GOALS: To be a commen- 
cal artist and photographer, and go to Florida 
and not have it rain. 



WENDY UTLEY 

10 McMahon Ave. 

ACTIVITIES: Wind Ensemble 1,2,3,4; Jazz 1 , 2, 
3, 4; Superband 1. 2, 3, 4; Choir 1, 2. 3, 4: Musical 1, 
2, 3, 4; NHS 3, 4; Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 

2. 3, 4; Tournament of Plays 1, 2, 3, 4. THANKS: 
Jo D, LMT, BDS, PLW, SEH, TEF, Bandies and 
selected choir members- 1 love you all. FUTURE 
GOALS: To anyplace that will accept me, get my 
Master's degree, become a psychiatrist (or a car- 
toonist-same thing) go to Germany, get married, 
and be happy, not necessarily in that order. 

MARK VADEBONCOEVR 

8 Kingsley Ter. 

ACTIVITIES: Concert Band 1, 2: Wind Ensem- 
ble 3, 4; Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Telemedia 1, 2, 

3, 4. THANKS TO: Past and present friends; the 
boys in the band; the kids at work, etc. FUTURE 
GOALS: If the things go the way I want, I'll be a 
rich and famous rock star. If not, then I'll go to 
college like everybody else (and probably get a 
degreee in communications and work in T.V.) 

LYNNE VALDINA 

2 Candlewick Ln. 

DAVID VARANO 

1 Brown St. 

ACTIVITIES: Football 1. 2, 3; Baseball 1; La- 
crosse 2, 3, 4; Basketball Manager 1, 2; Indoor 
Track 3. FUTURE GOALS: To be rich and 
successful. 

JULIE VINYARD 

158 Patterson Rd. 

BARBARA VIOLETTE 

66 Elm St. 



JAMES WARD 

1 Pine Knoll Rd. 



RICHARD F. WASS JR. 

4 Kingsley Ter. 

THANKS TO: Mom and Dad, thanks to HJ) for 
filling this out for me! FUTURE GOALS: To 
have a self owned electrical business. 

LINDA JEAN WHEATON 

8 Wagon Wheel Dr. 

ACTIVIES: Swim Team 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2. 
THANKS TO: LT, PA, KY, MO, LG, CG, KD. 

AW, NB, SE, HD, SM, SC. LS, CN, GB, SG, and to 
The "GANG". 

KIMBERLY ANN WHEELER 

22 Wildwood Dr. 

ACTIVITIES: Detention 1, 2, 3; THANKS TO: 

JR, KM, PD, TP, NP, KW, CG, HD, LS, SM, SC, 
HP, KS, special thanks to Mom and Steve!!! FU- 
TURE GOALS: Be able to stay out until 12:(X) 
and to be just like Pal, Terry, Julie, and Heidi. 

ANN LOUISE WHITING 

28 Washington St. 

ACTIVITIES: Soccer 1. 2, 3; Softball 1,; band 1,2, 
3; NHS; Spanish club 1, 2 FUTURE GOALS: To 
live in the west and work with children in medi- 
cine or physical therapy. 

ALICIA MARIE WHITNEY 

36 Wildwood Dr. 

ACTIVITIES: Swiming 1; boys basketball man- 
ager 1; lacrosse manager 1; football-basketball 
cheerleader 2, 3, 4. FUTURE GOALS: To be- 
come a registered nurse then get married and 
start a family THANKS TO: SE, JO, SE, LT, LW, 
LG, PA, MBD, NB, AK, DW, BC, BW, MG, AC. 
KD, JP, JM, CP, CS, JC. & mom & dad. 



PAMELA L. WINGOOD 

5 Macintosh Rd. 

ACTIVITIES: Cross-country 1, 2, 3 captain 4 
Winter track 1. 2. 3, 4; Spring track 1,2. 3, 4; NHS 
3, 4; Concert band 1 , 2, 3. 4. FUTURE GOALS: To 
be happy, successful and to live my life to the 
fullest. THANKS TO: Mom, dad. Gina, Bryant, 
CN, LT. WU. WG. KZ, JM. DS. CM, ME 

DONALD E. WOODFORD 

449 Old Billerica Rd. 

ACTIVITIES: Cross- country 1. 2; Ski Team 1; 
Concert band 1 ; Wind ensemble 2. 3. 4; Orchestra 
2.3,4;Choir 1, 2, 4; Madrigal 3, 4; Musical 1,2,3,4; 
Tournament of plays 1, 2, 3, 4 Best Newcomer 1, 
best student- director 3; AFS 1, 2 treasurer 2; 
FUTURE GOALS: To go to Ohio St. and be in the 
marching band and then after I get a degree in 
something I want to become independently 
wealthy. THANKS TO: Al, Fuzz, Ms. Telford, 
John Grimm, Jooday, KZ, JK, I'll miss you guys- 
keep in touch!! 

BARRY A. YACESHYN 

17 Hayden Ln. 

ACTIVITIES: Soccor 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski Team 1, 2, 
Capt. 3, 4; Lacrosse 3; Hall decorating 2, 3; Prom 
Decorating 3; THANKS TO: MF, JM. KM. TTT. 
CT. PD, GB, BY to the whole team-u FUTURE 
GOALS: To become a future Howard Cosell. 

LINDA YANOSICK 

23 Hartwell Rd. 

ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; THANKS 

TO: Mellon, CM. GB, LL, CM: Keep dreaming 
thanks for all the good times girls! I'll never for- 
get them! Keep smiling. FUTURE GOALS: Go to 
college, find a good job, settle down and gel mar- 
ried. Buy a house in a small town. My house is the 
white one with the picket fence and a small flow- 
er garden in the front. Come visit me. 

RIYE YUKAWA 

19 Hilltop Dr. 

ACTIVITIES: Class Secretary 1, V.P. 1; Foot- 
ball/Basketball chearleader 3, 4; Wind Ensemble 
1, 2; Marching Band 1, 2; Jazz Band 1, 2; Orches- 
tra 1. 2. 3. 4; Choir 1. 4; Madrigals 2, 3, 4; Double 
Sextette 2,3,4; Pep Club 3, 4; Hall decorating 1 . 2, 
4; H.R. Rep. 4; Prom Committee 3; THANKS TO: 



Pocky. Fatty, DL-We do it in the RAH! Di. Beyrl, 
Zubin. Tad. HC, JC-Lunch pigouts JJ 50%. FU- 
TURE GOALS: To go to undergraduate and 
graduate school, become a successful lawyer, get 
married, and live happily ever after. 

KAREN ELIZABETH ZOLNA Y 

3 Beverly Rd. 

ACTIVITIES: Swim Team 1, 2, 3, Capt. 4; Track 
1, 2; Soccor 4; Cla.ss Treasurer 1,2: Hall decorat- 
ing 1. 2. 3. 4; Marching Band 1, 2. 3: Wind 3. 4; 
NHS 4; Prom Committee 3; THANKS TO: LT' 
AL. JC. AK. DD. CK. PJ. CM; This is great! Do a 
dead bug! Wipcoul! Best of luck guys! FUTURE 
GOALS: Go off to the Great white North. Maine, 
study al Bowdoin and someday be a doctor? 

LISA CAMEL A ZUCKERMAN 

22 Hill Ter. 

ACTIVITIES: Powder Puff 3; ROTC; THANKS 
TO: My wonderful mother, loving father, two 
great sisters, but most of all to Jesus. FUTURE 
GOALS: To become a child Psychiatrist. 




UPERLATIVES 





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1. Most Artistic- Dan Concannon & Sue McMahan 

2. Most Likely to Succeed- Eric Benson & Pam Wingood 

3. Most Spirited- Al Kenney & Tina CoUyer 

4. Nicest Smile- Jeff Chemlin & Krisfen Draskovich 

5. Class Couple- Jim O Shaughnessy & Tina Neil 

6. Most Musical- Raj Sundra & Sarah Robinson 

7. Class Clowns- Eric Benson & Julie Collins 

8. Nicest Eyes- Nat Brady & Cheryl Donahue 

9. Best All-Around- John Bellino & Diana Birmingham 



58/SENIOR SUPERLATIVES 

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SENIOR SUPERLATIVES/59 




2. Best Looking- Jim O'Shaughnessy & Linda Thompson 

3. Most Flirtatious- Chris Corey & Kristen Draskovich 

4. Nicest Legs- Sean Ennis & Cina Bumann 

5. Most Friendly- Al Kenney & Diana Birmingham 

6. Nicest Hair- Frank Oppedisano & Gina Bumann 

7. Best Dressed- Keir Cohen & Caren Manning 

8. Most Athletic- Barry Yaceshyn & Chris McGovern 



60/SENIOR SUPERLATIVES 




SENIOR SUPERLATIVES/61 






1) Tony Flannagan always finds a reason to 
smile. 

2) Laurie Sprankle - When will this day end 



DESIDERATA 

Go placidly amid the noise and haste, and 
remember what peace there may be in si- 
lence. As far as possible without surrender 
be on good terms with all persons. Speak 
your truth quietly and clearly; they too have 
their story. 

Avoid loud and aggressive persons, they 
are vexations to the spirit. If you compare 
yourself with others, you may become vain 
and bitter; for always there will be greater 
and lesser persons than yourself. Enjoy 
your achievements as well as your plans. 

Keep interested in your own career; how- 
ever humble; it is a real possession in the 
changing fortunes of time. Exercise caution 
in your business affairs; for the world is full 
of trickery. But let many persons strive for 
high ideals; and everywhere life is full of 
heroism. 

Be yourself, especially do not feign affec- 
tion. Neither be cynical about love; for in 
the face of all aridity and disenchantment it 
is perennial as the grass. 

Take kindly the counsel of the years, 
gracefully surrenduring the things of 
youth. Nurture strength of spirit to shield 
you in sudden misfortune. But do not dis- 
tress yourself with imaginings. Many fears 
are born of fatigue and lonliness. Beyond a 
wholesome discipline, be gentle with 
yourself. 

You are a child of the universe, no less 
than the trees and the stars; you have a right 
to be here. And whether or not it is clear to 
you, no doubt the universe is unfolding as it 
should. 

Therefore be at peace with God, whatever 
you conceive him to be, and whatever your 
labors and aspirations, in the noisy confu- 
sion of life, keep peace with your soul. 

With all its sham, drudgery, and broken 
dreams, it is still a beautiful world. Be care- 
ful, strive to be happy. 

Found in old Saint Paul's Church, Balti- 
more; dated 1692. 



3) Denise Shafer merrily toots along 

4) Patty Ahern showing her cute dimples 
what dimples? 



64/DESIDERATA 



Freshman year seems im- 
possibly long because you are 
the youngest in the school 
and the butt of all jokes. The 
next year sophomore slump 
sets in, making grades and 
spirits drop consistantly. Ju- 
nior year is one of confusion 
because students are no long- 
er kids but not quite adults. 

Even though seniors do not 
like to admit it, underclass- 
men hold the majority of the 
population of Bedford High 
School. They are also the part 
of BHS who put their spirit 
and effort into many scholas- 
tic and extracurricular activi- 
ties without much credit. 
They brightened the atmo- 
sphere with their energy and 
excitement at dances and var- 
sity games. They were also a 
contributing force behind the 
success and fun of Spirit 
Week and Hall Decorating. 
The underclassmen section of 
Signum has been expanded 
this year in order to give more 
credit to each class as a whole 
and as individuals. Their 
pride in BHS and consider- 
able involvement in many 
events this year is evidence 
that the seniors will be leav- 




UNDERCLASSMEN/65 



IXUNIORS 



1. Officers of the Class of 1986 pose with Class Advisor Mrs. Gullage. Back 
row: Treasurer Debbie Fiorino, Secretary TV/c/a Convvay, President Crystal 
Murphy; and Vice-President Dave O'Neil. Front row: Prom Committee 
Chairpersons Kristen Hocker, Nicole Cassidy, and Tracey McArdie. 

2. Hannah Bragg and Kim Murphy studying. 

3. "Smile Mrs. Gullage!" 




Beardsley, Linda 
Beckwith, Pam 



Bieren, Jim 
Bishop, Rachell 
Boothe, Gary 
Boruchovich, Boris 
Brady, Alex 
Bragg, Hanriah 
Branca, Roberta 
Breland, Barry 

Bruno, Amy 
Callahan, Annemarie 
Callender, Mike 
Cameron, Pau 
Campbell, Tom 
Cantella, Matthew 
Carlson, Robert 
Carroll, Lynne 




Casey, Alicia 
Cassidy, Nicole 
Castetter, Dennis 
Cierpal, Karen 



Clements, Marcia 
Coke, Beth 
Collins, Ken 
Cone, Lisa 



Conway, Tricia 
Corey, Lori 
Crocker, Jill 
Dameron, Susan 



Damery, Nancy 
Daniell, Adrienne 
DeGregory, Russ 
Delellis, David 



DeMattio, Mike 
Denaro, Pat 
D Errico, Alicia 
Doherty, Rich 



Donahue, Kevin 
Donato, Rachael 
Dougherty, Kristin 
Drohan, Sue 



Outra, Pam 
Dyson, Jen 
Ebersole, Kirsten 
Elder, Doug 
Evans, Todd 
Fallon, Wayne 
Feltman, Sheila 
Ferri, Mike 



Finkelstein, Denise 
Fitzgerald, Rob 
Flynn, Kara 
Fougere, Dan 
French, Jeff 
Gage, David 
Garrett, Seamus 
Geary, Cherie 

Gellatly. Brian 
Gerbrands. Chuck 
Gerlek. Michael 
Gelz. Betiv 
Gillis, Mike 
Glennon, Mike 
Goel, Achintya 
Gonzalez. Michele 



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Goodman, Donny 
Graves, Dane 

Guetersloh, Mark 
Hamby, Brad 



Harden, Jamie 
Harrison, Dana 
Hawkins, Susan 
Hayward, Cindy 



Heggestad, Lauren 
Hirsh, Stephanie 
Hocker, Kristen 
Hollis, Richard 



Holmstead, Gene 
Hooper, Patty 
Hughes, Lynn 
lovino, Dottie 



Isnor, Eric 
jeannotte, Joanna 
Johnson, Gail 
Johnson, Heather 



Jones, Steve 
Katz, Stephanie 
Kenney, Michael 
Khoxayo, Sompong 



Killebrew, Patrick 
Kimmins, Jennifer 
Klein, Mia 
Kolarik, Leslie 
Kupiec, Yael 
Laliberte, Wendy 
Libby, Diane 
Linz, Christine 



Lipczer, Michelle 
Looney, Deb 
Lord, Janet 
Lovely, Debbie 
Luter, Kelly 
Macdonald, Sandy 
Macquilken, Kathleen 
Mann, Jonathan 

Martell, Christine 
Massa, Chris 
Maxon, Jenny 
McArdle, Tracy 
McClatchey, Carol 
McConnell, Larry 
McCravy, Michael 
McCune, John 




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1. "Sheila Feltman and Lauren Heggestead passing secrets in class. 

2. Stacy Robertson psyching down from gym. 

3. Gene Homstead playing games or programming. 

4. Chris Corey and Mark Russo flirting with Pam Dutra. 




McGilvray, Heather 
McGovern, Kerry 
McGovern, Lucy 
McLaughlin, Allyson 
McMahan, Brenda 
McNeany, Lori 
Mead, Dave 
Mead, Mary 



Meffan, Rob 
Melville, Sue 
Melvin, Melissa 
Mendell, Kim 
Millar, Dan 
Milligan, Karen 
Millman, Cheryl 
Montgomery, Christine 

Moosick, Michelle 
Mosca, Debbie 
Murphy, Crystal 
Murphy, Kimberly 
Naugler, Chris 
Neves, Natasha 
Niblack, Eric 
Nickerson, Chaclene 



69 



WASH AND WEAR YOUR ROCK 
AND ROLL 



New ways of proclaiming one's loy- 
alty to a rock band or bands have be- 
come popular during the past few 
years at BHS. 

Concert T-shirts, which have been 
around for a long time, are something 
of a status symbol in high school. It is 
an accepted and necessary part of con- 
cert going to pay up to $15 for the T- 
shirt which depicts the group whose 
concert you saw. You can also tell that 
Bedford's students' tastes are very var- 
ied. On an average school day concert 
T-shirts with Rush to Rick Spring- 
field can be seen in the halls. 

Another more trendy method of 
demonstrating musical taste is by col- 
lecting and displaying multi-colored 
pins. Mostly owned by girls, these 
pins generally run to the lesser- 
known or New Wave groups. Adam 
Ant, Psychedelic Furs, David Bowie, 
and Talking Heads are more the kind 
of groups one can find pinned to jean 
jackets, coats, and purses around BHS. 

1. An Aerosmith fan wears evidence of his 

musical tastes. 

2. A tour jacket from Bruce Springsteen's Born 
in the U.S.A. tour. 




Nocca, Louis 
Olsen, Patricia 
O'Neil, David 
O'Neil, Debbie 
Othmer, Chris 
Paganis, Denise 
Park, Bruce 



Pease, Keliie 
Penaso, Nena 
Perkinson, Helen 
Pittman, Bob 
Pittman, Lisa 
Pitts, Michelle 
Pomporxi, Renata 



Prestor\, Andrea 
Primak, Dan 
Pulliam, Patience 
Pyscznski, Linda 
Reinisch, Uli 
Reynolds, Susan 
Quinn, Joe 



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IN THE 




Richards, Diane 
Rodriguez, josie 
Rogers, Stacey 
Rosenberg, Michael 



Sabetty, Susan 
Sandblom, Eric 
Scott, Denise 
Sears, Nate 



Shiner, Kelly 
Simmons, Darlene 
Smith, Christopher 
Smith, Debora 



Smith, Russ 
Smith, Scott 
Snapp, Lisa 
Snedeker, Tom 



Snelson, Brian 
Soderstrom, Carolyn 
Solomonides, John 
St. Amour, Paul 



Stamatakos, Peter 
Strange, Rob 
Sullivan, Laura 
Sutton, Kathy 
Swider, Greg 
Szachara, Myra 
Tanner, Tracy 
Tilman, Teressa 



Travers, Kim 
Tuttle, Michael 
Tyer, Ty 
Urbon, Michelle 
Urquhart, Matt 
Vinyard, Allen 
Vosika, Matt 
Weisz, Jenni 



Welch, Veronica 
White, Sam 
Whiting. Kara 
Wright, Matthew 
Wright. Quinn 
Yalsko. Kristin 
Young. Anthony 
Zuckerman. Marian 



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Acree, Keith 
Allen, Cristina 
Alperin, Matt 
Anderson, Eric 



Asbedian, Sury 
Barber, Kim 
Bartholomew, Kenny 
Bauman, Tom 



Bellacini, Billy 
Birmingham. Scott 
Bishop, Roslyn 
Blair, Lynda 



Bland, Jim 
Breslin, Gary 
Brown, Lori 
Buono. Marillian 



Burns, Susan 
Burton, Diana 
Buscaglia, Cina 
Buxton. John 



Cardwell, Kristie 
Caristi, Teresa 
Carpenter. Mark 
Carter. John 



Cash. Staci 
Castro, Christianne 
Chepolis, Kyle 
Christian, Peter 
Clancy. Susan 
Clark. Helen 
Colbath, Elisabeth 
Cook. Chris 



Cooke. Carole 
Corea. Peter 
Corey. Scott 
Costcllo, Jill 
Courtney, Jason 
Couvee, Annelouise 
Crescenzi. Greg 
Cusick, Caroline 



Davenport, John 
DeCaprio. Jeff 
DeSantis, Debbie 
DiNisco, Cheryl 
Doan, Linh 
Doane, Dwight 
Doherty, Mike 
Donaldson, Steve 



1. Michelle Stuart enjoys an ice cream sandwich while taking 
advantage of the nice weather. 

2. Suzy Asbedian measures the temperature of her solution in 

Chemistry. 

3. Sophomore Class Officers: left to right. Vice-President 
Linda Ricci; President Mark Carpenter; Treasurer Sheila 
McCravy; Secretary Carolyn Matthews; and Advisor Miss 
Sakelakos. 



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(Sophomores 




Doughty, Dennis 
Drouin. Michele 
Dupont, Christine 
Durkin, Julianne 
Erhch. Adam 
Eagles, Jeff 
Farmer, Chris 
Fields. Lore 



Folweiler, Robin 
Fougere. Cabrielle 
Franklin, Heather 
Frazier, Scott 
Gallant, Stephen 
Caribolto, Jeff 
Carofalo, George 
Gauntlett. Brian 



Getle, Melissa 
Glazier, Mary 
Glazier, William 
Graves, Audrey 
Green, Christine 
Guidelti. Dean 
Hadley, Casandra 
Hagerty, Tom 



7} 



Gurley, Meg 
Hall, Kim 
Halloran, Tom 
Hanf, Karl 
Hansen, Sue 
Hanson, Darrell 
Harrington, Jean 
Harrington, Paul 



Hauge, Robert 
Hill, Judd 
Hill, Karen 
Hopkins, Christina 
Huffman, Matthew 
Huffman, Robert 
Ingalls, Tracey 
lovino, Lena 



Jarek, Kevin 
Johnson, Michael 
Joy, Lillian 
Joyce, Bob 
Kelly, Erin 
Kleiman, Gary 
Kupfrian, Dave 
Landrigan, Chris 



1. The look of a conter\t sophomore-Tom Haggerty 

2. Cicek Zoroglu smiles for the camera 

3. Leslie Kolarik waits outside as firemen check out a fire 
alarm inside the school. 

4. Steve Donaldson takes a break while Kelly Murray contin- 
ues to study biology. 

5. Julie Durkin, Joanne McDonough, and Nancy Woodford 
wearing some gorgeious ties' 



74 





Larkin. Jim 
Larkin, Bill 
Larsen, Eric 
Lawrence, Philip 



Leary, Brenda 
Leiby, Ben 
Lerner, Larry 
Linz, Lisa 



Lyons, Robert 
Macklin, Ann 
Mahar, Chuck 
Mann, Julie 



Marcotte. Chris 
Mastrorilli, Todd 
Matthews, Carolyn 
Maxon, Laura 



Maxwell, Laura 
McAllister, Pat 
McCarthy, Janis 
McCravy, Sheila 



McDonough, JoAnne 
McGovern, Kathi 
McHugh, Tina 
Mcintosh, Chris 



McKie, Jane 
Mickel, Ken 

Mierzykowski, Stephanie 
Molinari, Keith 
Morgan, Scott 
Mullen, Ronel 
Murchison, Gemena 
Murray, Kelli 



Murray, Richard 
Murray, Timmy 
Newton. Simone 
Obleness, Frank 
O Donnell. Becky 
O Hara, Alice 
Orris. Brenda 
Pace. Lynda 



Paganis. Stathr 
Paige, Kellie 
Penney, Susan 
Peterson, Jason 
Peterson. Nicole 
Pignatiello, Lisa 
Pisani, Tina 
Poole. Terry 

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Porter, Nancy 
Ralston, Megan 
Ricci, Linda 
Rice, Herman 
Roberson, Rather 
Robinson, Donna 



Rollinson, Andy 
Russo, Patricia 
Sarcia, Maria 
Savioli, Andrea 
Scheick, Barclay 
Sharkey, Debbie 



Sherman, Bill 
Simmons, Lisa 
Smith, Tracy 
Snapp, Geoff 
Solomita, Jim 
Spencer, Aliee 



St. Amour, Athony 
Strander, John 
Stefanidakis, Donna 
Stuart, Michelle 
Sullivan, Mark 
Sullivan, Paul 



Sunderman, Till 
Sutton, Jennifer 
Sword, Christine 
Tassinari, Keith 
Taylor, Kim 
Telford, Mandy 



Thomas, Mark 
Thompson, Kristen 
Tyer, Todd 
Tsang, Adrienne 
Udell, Scott 
Urquhart, Heidi 



Velino, John 
Wass, Stephen 
Weaver, Adrienne 
Weicker, Nathalie 
Welch, Brian, 
Welch, Tom 



Wentworth, Thomas 
Wheeler, Kara 
Whitcomb, Tiffany 
Woodford, Nancy 
Zoroglu, Cicek 
Young, Scott 



76 




EXCUSES, EXCUSES . . . 



Ten minutes late for his A period 
chemistry class, Mike tries to slide 
unnoticed into his seat. Unfortunate- 
ly, Mr. Palmer, whose watchful gaze 
doesn't miss a thing, does indeed no- 
tice his tardiness and decides to rub it 
in with a touch of sarcasm. 

"Well, Mike," exclaims Mr. Palmer, 
"don't keep us in suspense. What is it 
this time?" Mike desperately tries to 
win him over with an enthusiastic 
smile, but soon gives it up. "Mike, 
we're waiting ..." 

"Well, um . . . , ya see . . . Well my 
truck kinda got stuck in a snowbank 
on the way to school this morning and 
I sorta had to dig it out." 

"I see," says Mr. Palmer with a 
smug look on his face. "You must 
have been pretty far from Bedford 
considering that it's nearly 80 degrees 
out. Have you been hibernating this 
September, Mike?" 

This does not phase Mike in the 
least. It is only one of many of his 
futile attempts at excusing his tardi- 
ness. Nice try, this time. At least it 
was original. 

Especially since the stricter rules on 
tardiness have been enforced this 
year, we have just about heard them 
all at Bedford High. So you might as 
well just give it up! 



Ail-Time Favorite Excuses for Be- 
ing Late for Class: 

* I couldn't hear the bell in B-wing so 
the class got out late. 

* The was a huge fight in the hall and 
the spectators blocked the whole 
corridor so I couldn 't get by. 

* I was late getting in from gym, so I 
was still changing when the bell 
rang. 

* There was a gigantic traffic Jam in 
the B-wing staircase. 

* We had orchestra today and we were 
still putting our instruments away 
when the bell rang. 

* The clocks don't work in the shop, 
and I had to move my car. 





1. Gemena Murchinson, Lisa Simmons, and 
Anne Macklin-not exactly The Ritz! 

2. Audrey Graves, "Do you like my Bohe- 
mian scarf?" 

3. Brian Welch pondering, E=mc' 

4. Scott Corey and Mr. Duggan arguing 
over a lame excuse. 

5. (Don Bunker and Julia Thomas) Do you 
really think I'm coordinated enough? 



(E)reshmen 




Abbott, Andrea 
Alcaide, Kim 
Allan, Capri 
Alves, Anthony 
Anderson, Joy 
Armstrong, Ronald 
Atkinson, Lisa 
Bailey, Robin 



Baker, Monty 
Banks, Danny 
Barber, Tracy 
Bauman, David 
Beardsley, Sharon 
Beecy, Tami 
Bensley, Heather 
Besse, Laura 

Boffa, Anne 
Boothe, Melissa 
Boudreau, Debbie 
Boyd, Adam 
Bragg, Andy 
Brill, Julie 
Brown, Matt 
Bruce, Matthew 



78 













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Iff' 



Officers of the Class of 1988 pose with Class 





Godart, Kristin 
Goel, Aruna 
Goodpaster, Beth 
Gorgens, Kim 



Goyette, Stephanie 
Green, Ben 
Green, Thomas 
Greelish, David 



Griffin, Simeon 
Grof, Daryle 
Grunes, Beth 
Gulley, Elizabeth 



Hanley, Robert 
Hannon, Robyn 
Hamby, Chris 
Hauck, David 



Hector, Tracey 
Hicks, Teressa 
Higham, Anne 
Hirsch, Michelle 



Holloway, Darren 
Holtzman, Rene 
Huffman, William 
Hull, Kerry 



Hunt, Julie 
Hupperich, Erika 
Ingalls, Joseph 
Jensen, Jeff 
Johnston, Julie 
Jones, Doug 
Kennedy, Danny 
Kenyon, Doug 



Killebrew,Stacie 
Kostishack, Sara 
Khoxayo, Sommala 
Kramer, Richard 
Kupiec, Tamar 
Lacouara, Megan 
Laliberte, Michelle 
Leahy, Tony 



Levesque, Rene 
Linehan, Bridget 
Lolis, Jimmy 
Lord, Kenny 
Mace, David 
Mackie, Chris 
Maczko, Brian 
Marino, Mike 



80 




1. Those electrically inclined freshmen are at it again 

2. Guess what Mary Mcintosh forgot to do this morning? 

3. Adrian PuUen, Dave Bauman, and Jimmy Colliton 
stretch out along the bleachers. 

4. Award-winning smile by Georgia Stefanidakis. 

5. Mrs. Robinson hands back Laverne Coke's lab. 




mm 




Mazzeo, Wendy 
Maz20lta, Matthew 
McCombs, Cir>dy 
McCune, Mark 
McCulloch, George 
McGovern, Kathleen 
Mcintosh, Mary 
McNeany. T.J. 



Melville. Greg 
Meyers, Jessica 
Miller, James 
Millette, Melissa 
Minassian, Craig 
Mitchell, Jackie 
Miuoni, Meg 
Mohammed, Ishmael 



Moll, Gwen 
Moore. Stephen 
Moreau, Jennifer 
Morrison, Kelly 
Oales, Julie 
O Brien, Neil 
O Malley, Chris 
Paplia, Mary Jean 



81 



ONCE IS NEVER ENOUGH 



Women have been piercing their 
ears for centuries, but only in recent 
years has double, triple, and quadru- 
ple piercing become in vogue. And 
yes, more and more guys are getting 
into the act by adorning their ears 
with gold or silver studs or loops. Ear 
cuffs and long dangling earrings of 
various pieces of metal, wood, silver, 
gold, plastic, and rubber are the latest 
trend for the eighties. Why has this 
fad taken hold of the students of 
BHS? Ear dressing has probably re- 
sulted from the increasing use of ear- 
rings and ear cuffs among British and 
American music makers. With the 
great influence of MTV, the hottest 
fashions of these celebrities have 
come straight to suburban communi- 
ties. 

1. Cheryl Knell smiles while displaying two 
special earings. 

2. Not once but four times does Teresa Caristi 
pierce her ear. 

3. Jackie Mitchell, Emily Carr, Michelle Lali- 
berte, Jenn Lund, and Lisa Atkinson smile for 
the camera. 

4. Todd Dworshak, Christine Green, Matt 
Bruce, Jimmy Redding, Doug Keyon, and Dale 
Rittenhouse pose during a recent fire drill. 



Pascucci, Stan 
Paulas. Lee 

Payette. Jodi 
Pearson. Glen 

Pecora. John 
Perry, Richard 



Petersen, Teresa 
Petrecca. Sheryl 
Pike. Greg 
Pisani, Carol 
Pittman, Dorothea 
Porter, Tommy 



Prescott. Kate 
Pullen, Adrian 
Pysczynski, Diane 
Quinn, Kristen 
Redding. James 
Ricker, Pam 



82 




PORTRAIT OF AN UNDERCLASSMAN 

Dictionary Definition: 
Students in the freshman or sophomore class 
at a secondary school or college. 

Actual Definition: 

1. Young high school students with annoying 
tendencies to act in an obnoxious or imma- 
ture manner at inappropriate times. 2. Mem- 
ber of the freshman, sophomore, or junior 
class that seniors believe will never grow up 
by the time they graduate. 3. Students of low- 
er social status whom a senior is socially ac- 
ceptable to speak to only with a 
condescending tone. 
Examples of usage: 

Those underclassmen should be muzzled be- 
fore they embarrass us seniors. 

Also- 4. Derogatory term meaning one who is 
acting in a foolish manner. Don't be such an 
underclassman! 

Note: Male underclassmen are usually identi- 
fied by their choice of wearing flannel shirts 

and construction boots every day and have a 

need to strut down the corridors instead of 

walking. Females exclusively wear pastels 

and pass "notes" bearing monumental news 

to each other. They can be identified by their 

high frequency giggling. 
Despite these known facts about underclass- 
men, many freshmen, sophomores, and juniors 
contend that the definitions may also pertain to 
seniors. 




1) Michelle Coronado, the typical Freshman. 

2) Susan Reynolds looking askew. 




Can this be SENIORS Fred Flores, Julie Tateosian, and Shannon Ericson making underclass- 
men of themselves? 




84/UNDERCLASSMEN 




The key part of the whole of 
BHS is composed of those 
adults who shape our envi- 
ronrr\ent in the high school 
community. This academic 
section centers on members of 
the BHS administration and 
faculty faculty. 

BHS's administration con- 
sists of individuals who make 
rules and shape the high 
school policies. Though their 
presence is not always obvi- 
ous to most students, their de- 
cisions and supervision are 
definitely felt, especially with 
the new changes in rules im- 
plemented tin the past year. 
They are the people who keep 
the school's administrative 
side running smoothly. 

The faculty of BHS is the 
other group of adults that 
shape our high school years. 
These are the people who stu- 
dents will remember for the 
rest of their lives as mentors 
and educators. Since educa- 
tion is the main point of high 
school, teachers often stand 
out in people's minds while 
recalling high school years. It 
is these two groups of adults 
who make up compose an im- 
portant part of the sum of 
Bedford High. 



ACADEMICS/85 



ADMINISTRATION 




86/ADMINISTRATION 



A PRINCIPAL 
FOR 

OUR TIME 

BHS students are fortunate to have Mr. Duggan as a 
principal. Few high school students have such a sympa- 
thetic and interested administrator who is so concerned 
with the students' problems. 

In 1978, BHS was accredited by a statewide committee, 
and that committee remarked on the good relationships 
that existed between the administration and the students. 
In most high schools it's likely that the principal stays in 
his office most of the time and rarely talks directly to the 
students. Mr. Duggan, on the other hand, relates to stu- 
dents on a personal basis by appearing to answer the stu- 
dents' questions on Ask The Principal and by attending 
many of the school's extracurricular funcions. He also talks 
to students or disciplines them outside the cafeteria or in 
the halls. 

Although Mr. Duggan carries a great amount of author- 
ity, he rarely has to raise his voice to enforce what he says. 
His discipline is very low-key, but is taken seriously by 
students. By using this authority in a respectful, yet effec- 
tive way, he gains the respect of the students, even if they 
disagree with him. 

This successful way of dealing with the students proba- 
bly grew from his experiences in his personal life. Mr. 
Duggan riased five children, coached some of their athletic 
teams and serves on his local school committee. As a result 
of these experiences, he can bring understanding and expe- 
rience into his job as principal of Bedford High School. 

Like all of us, though, Mr. Duggan sometimes has to 
follow rules set by higher authorities that he doesn't partic- 
ularly agree with. An example is the requirement set by the 
State Department of Education that orders high schools to 
keep students in classrooms for a full school day during 
mid-year and final exams. Mr. Duggan disagrees with this 
rule on the basis that students then have less time to study 
for the exams. This situation is an example of his consider- 
ation for the best deal for the students of Bedford High. 

By the time seniors have spent four years in high school, 
they come to recognize that Mr Duggan is not just a domi- 
nating authority figure. He has a close relationship with 
the students in general and is genuinely committed to the 
students' issues. 



ADMINISTRATION/87 



BITS, BYTES 
AND 

SYNTAX ERRORS 

During the past few years at BHS, computers have 
played an increasingly important role. They have become 
an inherent tool in calculating grades, averages, and rank. 
The other aspect in which computers have grown is in the 
variety of computer courses offered to the students. 

Whether students realize it or not, computers are what 
makes our schedules and report cards come out quicker. By 
simply punching in the grades teachers give each student, 
they are entered and within no time at all report cards can 
be printed. By tinkering around a little more, rank and 
academic averages "spew" out. 

The change the students have noticed most is in the 
variety of courses in computers available. Students can take 
BASIC I and II as well as PASCAL I and II. By teaching 
more that one computer language, Bedford High is widen- 
ing the technical knowledge in computers that our stu- 
dents have, which becomes increasingly essential concept 
in today's technological society. 



1. Displaying the computer that decides stu- 
dents' fate is Mr. Ambrose. 

2. Reconstructing a computer mangled by a dis- 
traught student is Boris Boruchovich. 

3. Joni Montemagno lecturing on the funda- 
mentals of computer use in the counseling 
office. 




88/ ACADEMICS 




Keiih Adams 

Athletic Director 
Margarita Apicella 

Science 

Donald R. Barron 

Art Program Director 
Robert W. Biggio 
Social Studies 
Janice Birch 

Secretary 



Lois M. Blakeney 

Foreign Language 

Program 

Administrator 

Mary Bobrowski 

Special Education 

Judy Bougopoulos 

Cafeteria 

Eunice Brine 

Secretary 

Ruth Byron 

Mathematics 



Peter Cacciola, Jr. 
Trainer, Substitue 
Lt. CoL Edward F. 
Campbell 

R.O.TC. 

Victor R. Carlson 
Industrial Arts 
Jean Chamberlain 
Secretary 
Robert P. Ciolfi 
Counseling Program 
Administrator 






1. Ms. Ciancola practicing her trade. 

2. Mrs. Cullage wondering if the day will ever 
end. 



ACADEMlCS/89 



Kevin Connolly 

Industrial Arts 
William R. Corliss 

Business Education 
Vernon Dameron 
Social Studies 



Lou D'Andragora 
Custodian 
Brendan [>Kilet$ 
English 
Joan DiClemente 
Special Education 



Charles DiPietro 

Occupational 
Education 
Program Director 
Theresa Dioron 
Secretary 
Eleanor Donovan 
English 

Program Administrator 



Elizabeth Dowling 

Librarian 
Kathleen Drenas 
Home Economics 
Carole Enright 

Foreign Languages 



George Fardy 
Custodian 
Claire French 
Secretary to the 
Superintendent 
Sibyl French 
Secretary 





90/ACADEMICS 




1. Kara Whiting and Michelle Gonzalez hard at work, certainly not day- 
dreaming. 

2. Pat Harrington looks carefully into the telescope. "But I can't see 
anything." 

3. Kim Hall and Christina Hopkins examine cells under the microscope. 



CONTROVERSIAL 
LAB 

PERIODS 

There have been many changes in our high school the 
past few years due to declining enrollment. Some of these 
include teacher lay-offs, a decrease in the number of 
electives, and fewer extracurricular activites. With more 
students taking fewer electives, many had a lot of free 
periods. So the science department came up with an idea 
which would require an extra lab period for those students 
enrolled in chemistry, physics, advanced chemistry, and 
advanced physics. Beginning this past fall, all students in 
these courses have had to spend an extra forty minutes per 
week carrying out a lab experiment. 

The science department feels that the additional lab 
enables the student to learn more specifics about the 
subjects he is studying. Instead of omitting experiments 
in the book due to lack of class time, the student can now 
do those experiments in depth, in the lab block. The lab 
block is also supposed to allow the teacher to concentrate 
more on lectures and discussions during the regular class 
period. 

Some students, understandingly, are opposed to the 
program of lab periods. Because the labs are done individ- 
ually and the experiments go into great detail, a student 
must often go for extra help after school in order to 
understand what he has just done. Also, if his teacher is 
not availible that period and the experiment does not 
work, it has to be repeated during another free period. 

Besides the students' acedemic gripes, just finding the 
time to do a lab is a problem. If a student has filled his 
schedule with classes, he must go to school at 7:00 AM or 
stay after one day a week. This might not seem like a big 
problem, but some after-school activities require partici- 
pation every day. 

The students, in general, feel that the implementation 
of lab periods dampens enthusiasm because of the in- 
crease in the amount of work instead of advancing the 
students' understanding of the subject. Also, students are 
forced to spend nearly double their usual homework time 
for a subject on science because the calculations and con- 
clusions cannot be done in the lab periods or class periods. 



ACADEMlCS/91 



A WOMAN 
WHO 

LOVES HER WORK 

Miss Gfroerer, who has been at BHS since its beginning, 
is undoubtedly one of the student's favorite teachers. Be- 
sides having most of the seniors for Physical Education, 
she also coaches cheerleading as well as varsity field hock- 
ey and girls' varsity softball. Because of all this contact 
with students, by senior year she knows most members of 
the class on a first-name basis. Her obvious affection for 
her students is what makes her a favorite teacher. 

It would be obvious to anyone observing one of her 
physical education classes that Miss G has a good relation- 
ship with her students. She can good-naturedly bully or 
cajole even the laziest student into running laps or shoot- 
ing baskets for her. Students respond to her because they 
can feel that she enjoys working with high school-age 
students. 

Girls on the teams that Miss G coaches admire her for 
her fairness and determination. She is a tough coach to 
have, but by working hard together her teams feel a real 
unity and show strength on the field. Miss G's enthusiasm 
and confidence is reflected in the great spirit that the cheer- 
leaders consistently show. Thanks to Miss G's coaching, 
the girls softball team does well traditionally every year. 
Although field hockey is sometimes a weak point at BHS, 
the team has always shown great spirit and will to win. 

In conclusion. Miss G is one of the rare teachers who can 
really relate to her students, yet still remain a respected 
disciplinary figure. 

1. Helen C. Gfroerer during a moment of 
solitude. 

2. Denise Paganis receiving some aid from Miss 
G. 

3. Tim Peucker and Miss G. enjoying the festiv- 
ities of the bonfire. 




92/ ACADEMICS 




1. Kelly Luter and Lisa Zuckerman perplexing Mr. Wilson. 

2. Mr. Smith, the definition of a conductor. 





Tracey Funari 
Mathematics 
Helen C. Gfroerer 
Physical Education 
Stephanie Ciancola 
Mathematics 
Elaine Ciddis 
English 

Ginette Golley 
Mathematics Program 
Administrator 



Bernard Collis 

Counselor 

Robert S. Greenway 
Counselor 
Paula Gullage 
Business Education 
Richard J. Hagar 
Music 

Janice Haggerty 
Art 



Marguerite Hamilton 

Financial Supervisor 

Connie Hanley 

Secretary 

Donna Happy 

Secretary to the 

Principal 

Jean Hibbard 

Secretary 

John Hill 

Custodian 



ACADEMICS/93 



Dorothy A. Hovscpian 

English 

Clint Huff 

Mathematics 

Gary Hunt 

Mathematics 

John C. Judge 

English 

James Kelly 

Foreign Language 



William K. Keup 

Science 

John L. Kinney 

English 

Catherine Krueger 

Science 
Nancy Lehan 
Registrar 
Julia Lent 

School Nurse 



Marilyn C. Light 

Special Education 
Alison Lohrum 
Counselor 
Dorothy Lovecchio 

Secretary/Counseling 
Office 

Robert Luken 

Industrial Arts 
Sandra Maczko 
Early Childhood 
Education 





1. Eric Benson being aided by Mrs. Krueger 

2. John Bellino and just a few of the books he 
needs for his gym test. 



94/ACADEMlCS 





MIND BOGGLING 
AND 

BARBARIC 

The time is 11:30 p.m. and Mary lays her head on the 
book which for the past four hours has become her bible. 
Tomorow she'll be taking a mid-term exam. "I'm never 
going to make it!," Paul exclaims as he watches the minutes 
tick by before the inevitable moment arrives. In a few 
hours he will also be taking a mid-term. These are two 
examples of possible scenarios that face the BH5 student at 
the end of January. At this time mid-term exams are the 
bane of every student at BHS including the seniors. How- 
ever seniors do have the pleasing knowledge that the tests 
could very well be their last major exams in high school. 

During the January testing dates hagggard students can 
be seen wandering around the school in a daze. Hours of 
studying, pressure and stress bring about a stupor that 
rivals any other possible. Moreover this year students did 
not have the luxury of half days to gain some precious 
study time at home or alone. Some students however 
choose not to study for their exams. But of course this is 
true with all tests throughout the year. There are always 
those who spend hours preparing and those who take only 
a few minutes to cram. 

A final scenario: Mrs. Armstrong sits at her desk which 
is covered with four dozen mid-term exams. "I'll never 
make it!" 




1. Riye Yukawa practicing the long lost art of 
hair-pulling. 

2. Rob Kelnhofer just loves all this studying. 

3. Julie Tateosian joyfully preparing for a most 
exciting mid-term. 



ACADEMICS 95 



THOSE INFAMOUS 

BOOKS 
OF TORTURE 

When students think back to the books they studied at 
BHS, they will undoubtedly focus on the works of Wil- 
liam Shakespeare. However, we wouldn't want the Class 
of '85 to forget those other undecipherable books, now 
would we? By the end of high school most of the BHS 
graduates will have been forced to study the cruelest books 
our teachers could find. They are considered devious and 
infinitely more confusing than the works of Willie S. for 
the simple reason that they are written in modern English, 
but are incomprehensible to the average student without 
the aid of Cliff Notes. 

Starting out in freshman year, students can't really 
believe the teacher assigned The Old Man and the Sea and 
The Pearl. This is challenging reading? You thought it 
was about an old man who catches a fish and a young man 
who finds a pearl. It wasn't. Both are full of secret 
symbolism and deep meaning. As a freshman you are 
certainly glad they told you this because you never would 
have guessed. 

The book sophomores remember with the most confu- 
sion is Rhinocerous by lonesco. This is a play about 
French people turning into - you guessed it - rhinoceri. 
This book you realize must have a deep meaning because 
on the surface it makes virtually no sense at all. 

Junior year is definitely when English teachers really 
become sadistic. Juniors are just pondering the actual 
plots and meanings of Red Badge of Courage and The 
Crucible when they are slapped in the face by The Scarlet 
Letter. When the dazed students at last understand the 
plot, the tedious, deep discussions of the intense guilt, evil, 
and innocence drone on and in. Fortunately, many juniors 
have been known to black out during such discussions, 
relieving the torture for at least short periods of time. 

In their senior year, students at BHS have a choice of 
English courses. It would be too lengthy to describe the 
hardest books in each and for that reason none are men- 
tioned here. However, the result after four years of torture 
in English courses is that a few poor students who have 
broken under pressure and are no longer in command of 
their senses enroll in British Writers. Luckily, this only 
happens in extreme cases. 




1. Nate Sears and Jason Courtney discuss some deep and meaningful 
literary material. 

2. The torture books: The Scarlet Letter, Rhinoceros, MacBeth, The Red 
Badge of Courage, The Pearl, The Old Man and the Sea, and The 
Crucible. 

3) Portrait of a scene from The Scarlet Letter. 



96/ACADEMICS 




Beverly Marklis 

Secretary for Special 

Education 
Ruth D. McAleer 
Business Education 
John McCarthy 
English 



Mary L. McHarg 

Mathematics 
Arthur McManus 
Physical Education 
Program Administrator 
Eugene Milliken 
English 



Shirley Moore 

Cafeteria Manager 
Hugh L. Morgan 
Industrial Arts 
Bruce Morse 

Audio Visual 



Donald Moss 

Counselor 
Evelyn Nazzaro 
Cafeteria 
Gregory Norton 

Science 



Roberta O'Donnell 

Cafeteria 
Barbara O'Neil 

Secretary 

Leonard P. Palmer 

Science 



ACADEMICS/97 



Irene P. Parker 

METCO Coordinator 
Martha Parker 
Special Education 
Joseph Patuleia 
Mathematics 
Patricia Pellegrini 
Social Studies 
SMSGT William A. 

Peters 
R.O.T.C. 



Robert A. Petrillo 

Physcial Education 
Keith L. Phinney 
Music Program 
Administrator 
Anthony P. Pilla, Jr. 

Art 

Walter J. Powers 

English 
Susan Probolus 
Foreign Language 



Doreen Ralston 

Social Studies/English 
Denise Rainis 
Foreign Language 
John A. Reynolds 
Social Studies 
Michael A. Rinaldi 
Industrial Arts 
Barbara Robinson 
Science 







OUT ON 

THE 

TOWN 



The high points among a student's dreary academic life 
are field trip days. What is actually going to be seen, no 
matter how infinitely boring, has got to be better than 
being cooped up in classes all day long. Cost is no object, 
either, if it means an excused absence from seven classes. 

There are certain field trips which have become Bedford 
High tradition. Notorious for good fun are the social stud- 
ies trips, such as Mr. Reynolds trip to Newport, R.I., and 
Mrs. Ralston's trip to Quincy Market for "human 
observation." 

Field trips provide a day long break from school which 
many students cannot resist. The funny thing is, while 
most students regard field trips as hack, most teachers 
expect it to be a learning experience, which usually it is (but 
it doesn't seem like it). Another inconsistency is that teach- 
ers of the classes you missed actually excuse the absence as 
if it were a regular illness; you still have to make-up the 
work, but you don't get downgraded. It's like an absence 
you don't have to be sick for. 

Of course, there is only one major draw-back to field 
trips. There's nothing worse than returning to school at the 
end of a relaxing day and being told: "Ok, kids, back to G 
period class!" 



Mr. Patuleia caught in the act. 

On leave math teacher, Mrs. Miele, with a new arrival. 

Kellie Pease, Kim Travers, and Roberta Branca during a moment of free 

time at the Custom House. 

A picture worth a thousand words. 

Sean Hurley, while on a field trip to Paris, carefully examined this truck. 



ACADEMlCS/99 



A CLASS THAT 
TEACHES 
ALL WHO TAKE IT 

Former students who have taken early childhood educa- 
tion affirm that it is an experience one will never forget. 
After having a long, hard day in other classes, going into 
the nursery just relieves you from all the tensions and 
stress. Being a student aide in a nursery brings you back to 
your own childhood when you were playing in the sand- 
box, and playing Duck, Duck Goose. Then you start to 
question yourself, "Did I really act like this when I was 
four years old?" 

This class is so different from all others because you 
share your warmth and love with younger children rather 
than your peers. It's a great feeling to get the opportunity to 
help children who, because of their young age, are not 
capable of accomplishing half the things you can. The chil- 
dren rely on the student aides to be their role models. So the 
aide must always remember to show his best example in 
leading the children. 

Going into the nursery every week is a growing experi- 
ence for the student aide and the child. The student aide 
gains a knowledge on how the child reacts during the dif- 
ferent ages, the child learns all sorts of skills to be more 
prepared for the world and both the student aide and the 
child share a respect and love for one another. The nursery 
is a wonderful place where you can gain many friends who 
are always ready with warm, huggable welcomes. 

1. Chris Hawley playing with his friends. 

2. Lynne Valdina being helped out in art class. 

3. Debra Smith looking away as she helps a friend. 



100/ACADEMICS 






Armand J. Sabourin 
Mathematics 
Deborah Sakelakos 

Science 

Sharyn Sarafian 

Personnel Secretary 
Aaron Shavers, Jr. 
METCO Assistant 
Ann M. Sheehan 

Business Education 



Jane Smith 

Physical Education 
Paul K. Smith 
Music 

Huberta C. Sorgi 

Music 

Joan D. Spence 

English 

Pasquale J. Spinosa 

Social Studies Program 
Administrator 



Eleanor Stanley 

Secretary/Special 
Education 
John F. Sullivan 
Social Studic-- 
Maureen Quirk- 
Sullivan 
English 

Calvin Tingley 

Science Program 
Administrator 
Arthur Tremblay 

Custodian 



ACADEMICS/101 



Iphegenia Tsfrekas 
Home Economics 
Lawrence Ullman 
Science 
Robert Wakeham 
Social Studies 
Carol W. Walcott 
Reading 
Dale Wilson 
Mathematics 




FACULTY AND 
STAFF NOT 
PHOTOGRAPHED 



Frances Anthony 
Barbara Davis 
Fran Falcione 
Peter Kirton 
Rosemary Mecurio 
Lou Mecurio 
Marjorie H. Mintz 
Lila Pirri 
Sonia Reizes 
Joseph Ricardelli 
William Ricker 
James Shea 




1. Mrs. Sullivan lectures her class which includes Mathew 
Alperin, Andy Rollinson, Chris Farmer, Diana Burton, 
and Pat McAllister. 

2. Mr. Flunt, Lt. Col. Campbell, and Mr. Sullivan watching 
the girls go by. 

3. A caricature of none other than SMSGT Peters. 



102/ACADEMICS 




DEFINITELY NOT AN 
"AVERAGE" 
SCHOOL TEACHER 

Among the many teachers in the high school, there is 
one who is special to all those who have taken JROTC. 
SMSGT Peters has been an instructor at Bedford High 
School for five years. He is dedicated to his job and can 
often be found on Saturdays working with the Drill Team, 
Color Guard or in some other facet of the JROTC program. 
As the leadership instructor, "Sarge" has made an impact 
on each one of his students. If students don't realize what 
Sarge is trying to get across when in his class they usually 
come back in one or two years and say that his classes have 
helped out a lot in college. 

Sergeant Peters has had a coloful life that includes join- 
ing the army to be an aerial photographer and then finding 
himself working on airplanes in the pre-Air Force years. 
He went thru everything from World War II to teaching at 
both German and Burlington high schools. These vast ex- 
periences are demonstrated in Sarge's stories to his stu- 
dents about anything from war to taking pictures of girls 
on the beach. Whatever the story or its importance, Ser- 
geant Peters will sorely be missed when he retires at the 
end of this year because he teaches his students about 
something special. Real life. 

1. Sergeant Peters doing one of his favorite tasks: typing. 

2. After having seen one of his students, the sergeant takes some time out 
for laughter. 

3. Sarge posing with just a few of his awards. 



ACADEMICS/IOJ 




Achievements in sports 
have always been a main goal 
for students at Bedford High. 
Because of our setting in a 
small suburban town, sports 
have become the main activity 
of BHS students after school 
hours. Our athletes may have 
losing seasons among the 
winning ones, but they have 
built up a reputation of strong 
determination as well as stub- 
borness in the face of defeat. It 
is their attitude that makes 
them special. 

As most athletes at BHS 
have discovered, each year a 
team creates its own personal- 
ity. The camaraderie that ex- 
ists on a team serves as a 
growth experience for stu- 
dents. Junior varsity is just as 
important as varsity in this 
respect. A team's unity off the 
field strengthens its overall 
performance in competition 
strong ties result from the 
necessary trust and support 
among teammates with this 
unique relationship plus great 
coaching and support from 
the student body, BHS's ath- 
letes reflect an attitude of op- 
timism and good sportsman- 
ship. 



SPORTS/105 



AGILE, HOSTILE 
AND MOBILE 



The 1984 boys' varsity football team ended 
their season with a 3-7-0 record. The Bucs un- 
fortunately played in a very tough Dual County 
League which saw four of its seven teams 
ranked within the top ten in Division III. De- 
spite being up against formidable competition, 
Bedford played hard-nosed, aggressive football 
that gained the respect of all its opponents. 

Quarterback McArdle led a potent backfield 
of John Bellino, junior fullback Eric Isnor, and 
sophomore standout Herman Rice. The passing 
attack was headed up by split-ends Ennis and 
slotbacks Benson and junior Tony Young as 
well as Papalia and Duda. The defense was led 
by the linework of juniors Dave O'Neil, Mike 
DeMattio, and Bruce Park as well as Hawkins, 



Peucker and Gillis. Sophomore Keith Tassinari 
led the linebacking corps; the defensive back- 
field was solid. Despite a disappointing loss to 
Concord on Thanksgiving, Bedford had a suc- 
cessful season in which they consistently 
played hard and never surrendered anything. 

In a sport ruled by wins and losses, Bedford 
succeeded on a different level as compared to 
some of the other DCL teams with better re- 
cords. Bedford players learned-thanks to a dedi- 
cated, special coaching staff of Mr. Sabourin, 
Mr. Petrillo, and Lt. Col Campbell; that winning 
is important, but more important is the effort 
and strength of character needed to strive for a 
win. "Champions are made in practice." 




106/FOOTBALL 




1. Ready, set . . . 

2. Herman Rice trying to avoid the crush. 

3. Captain Mike Hawkins takes a timeout with coach 
Campbell. 

4. QB Scott McArdle heads for the sidelines. 

5. Captain Tim Peucker suffers a casualty from the game. 

6. Eric Isnor rushes the ball. 

7. Diving for the first down. 

8. John Bellino watches the defense. 



FOOTBALL/IO? 




EXCELLENCE 
IN MOTION 



108/SOCCER 



When the soccer team hits the field 
this past fall, one couldn't expect any- 
thing less than excitement. The 1984 
squad continued the high level of ex- 
cellence that BHS has worked so hard 
for over the years. Again the Bucs 
qualified for the states, making it the 
fourth time in six years that the Net- 
men have qualified, and the third year 
that the Bucs went all the way to the 
Division II North Sectional finals. 
This year, the Bucs season terminated 
in the sectional final, when they lost a 
close battle to Masconomet, the same 
team that eliminated Bedford from the 
tournament last year. Overall, Bedford 
had a 13-6-1 record ranking third in 
DCL, the most competitive league in 



Eastern Massachusetts. 

Led by Rob Kelnhofer, the Bucca- 
neer defense was a dominant force. 
The big "D" held their opposition 
scoreless for the first three playoff 
games, before being scored upon by 
Masconomet. Goalie Jim Storer had 
another exellent year with ten shut- 
outs, giving him sixteen for his two 
year stint on varsity. 

The offense broke school records: 
most goals scored in a season (50) and 
most goals scored in a game (9). The 
offense was led by junior Neil Ami- 
don, who was the leading scorer in the 
DCL and Sean Hurley, who was third 
leading scorer. 






Boys Varsity Soccer: first row: tri-captains Sean Hurley, 
Raj Sundra, Rob Kelnhofer: second row: Mark Alcaide, 
Chris Massa, Neil Amidon, Chris Manning, Dan Concan- 
non, Todd Brunner, Barry Yaceshyn, Steven Bishop; third 
row: Coach Patuleia, Jimmy Storer, Seamus Garrett, Jamie 
Harden, Paul St. Amour, Peter Stamatakos, Lonnie Mur- 
ray, Darrell Hansen. 1. Steven Bishop charges for the ball. 
2. Lonnie Murray watches from the sidelines. 3. Mark 
Alcaide works around a downed Concord player. 4. Barry 
Yaceshyn on a corner kick. 5. Neil Amidon dazzling with 
the ball. 6. Sean Hurley-give me that ball! 7. Raj Sundra 
kicks the recalled goal against Masconomet. 



SOCCER/109 



GETTING 
THEIR KICKS 



Under the direction of a new coach, 
Dave Wilson, and tri-captains Julie 
Shea, Kerry McGovern, and Wendy 
Gerbrands, the girls' soccer team 
worked hard to continue its tradition 
of determination and dedication. De- 
spite finishing the seaason with a 4-9- 
1 record, the Bucs played exceptionally 
well and showed their nemeses, Con- 
cord-Carlisle and Lincoln-Sudbury, 
that they could not walk away with 
easy wins. This was an outstanding 
accomplishment for the girls as the 
team was made up of a majority of 
juniors and freshman unfamilar with 



the D.C.L. Many coaches noted the 
Buc's improvement. Concord's saying 
that next year he would have to look 
out for them. Since they are graduat- 
ing only 3 seniors the team will retain 
a solid foundation of athletic, well- 
skilled players. 

Several players ended the year with 
awards. Freshman Kim Alcaide and 
junior Kerry McGovern played on the 
D.C.L. All Star Team. Junior Kristin 
Dougherty received the High Scorer's 
Award. While senior Wendy Geer- 
brands received the Bob Gillis Memo- 
rial Award. 




Girls Varsity Soccer 
Bedford 3-2 Arlington 
""Bedford 3-1 Newton-South 
Bedford 0-6 Belmont 
^,v/ Bedford 4-1 Acton 
^ Bedford 1-0 Wayland 

Bedford 0-3 Concord-Carlisle 
Bedford 0-2 Lincoln-Sudbury 
Bedford 0-1 Weston 
Bedford 1-3 Newton-South 
Bedford 2-2 Acton 
Bedford 0-3 Wayland 
Bedford 0-2 Concord-Carlisle 
Bedford 1-2 Lincoln-Sudbury 
Bedford 1-2 Weston 



110/SOCCER 




Girls Junior Varsity Soccer: first row: Julie Hunt, Debbie O'Neil, Christine Montgomery, Christine Martell. 
second row: Suzy Asbedian, Erika McGilvary, Sharon Beardsley, Jackie Mitchell, Kathleen McGovern. third 
row: coach Schneider, Heather Bensley, Kathy Doughty, Joy Anderson, Tracey Hector, Nathalie Weicker, Meg 
Gurley, Sue Clancy. 

Girls' Varsity Soccer (picture below)^ first row:tri-captains Julie Shea, Wendy Gerbrands, Kerry McGovern. 
second row: Meredith Evans, Tricia Conway, Meg Mizzoni, Kim Alcaide, Caroline Ennis, Kristin Dougherty, 
third row: Sheryl Petrecca, Nicole Cassidy, Kristin Hocker, Karen Zolnay, Pam Beck with, Jill Costello, coach 
Wilson 

1. Coach Schneider poses with her tri-captains Debbie O'Neil, Christine Montgomery, and Christine Martell. 

2. Looks like Wendy Gerbrands and Coach Williams are making a secret plan of attack. 

3. Julie Shea stretches out in full swing to hit the ball. 

4. Kerry McGovern, after h'er shoe or the ball? 

5. Kerry- you look awfully happy to be carrying all that equipment. 

6. Nicole Cassidy eyes the ball as she pushes her opponent out of the way. 

7. Caroline Ennis imitating a bird. 

8. Don't fall Meg! 




SOCCER/in 




PLAYING 
THE FIELD 



The varsity field hockey team this 
season was made up of four sopho- 
mores, five juniors, and dominated by 
the presence of ten seniors. Although 
their record is not made up of many 
victories, Miss G. is often quoted as 
saying, they gave their opponents a 
"run for their money. " One of the 
most exciting games of the season was 
against Acton-Boxboro. For the sec- 
ond year in a row, Bedford was the 
only team to score on Acton's impene- 
trable goalie. Acton-Boxboro finished 
its season second in the state. The 



game ended with a score of 2-1. Full- 
back-captain Christine McGovern 
scored the single goal. 

Bedford is known throughout the 
DCL as having a strong defensive line. 
The backbone of the defense consisted 
of three Dual County League All- 
Stars: fullbacks Christine McGovern 
and Mary-Ellen Colliton, and Goalie 
Mary-Beth Conway. Although only 
these three made the All-Star team, the 
whole starting defense was 
nominated. 



112/FIELD HOCKEY 



^ Bedford 
IW, Bedford 
Bedford 

Bedford 
Bedford 
Bedford 
^ Bedford 
• ^Bedford 
Bedford 
Bedford 
Bedford 
Bedford 
Bedford 



1-0 Nfvvion-South 
0-7 Atton-Boxboro 
0-2 VVayland 
0-0 Lincoln-Sudbuiy 

0- 2 Corxcord-Carlisle 

1- Newton North 

0- 3 Weston 

3-0 Newton South 

1- 3 Acton-Boxboro 
0-0 Wayland 

0-1 Lincoln-Sudbury 
0-3 Concord-Carlisle 
0-0 Newton-South 
0-2 Weston ■* 



1 





Girls Junior Varsity Field Hockey: first row: captain Sue 
Sabetty. second row: Tami Beecy, Jane McKie, Patty Schir- 
affa, Alice O'Hara, Cicek Zoroglu, Bridget Linehan. third 
row: coach Cook, Sharon Wachsler, Jackie Weicker, Cris- 
tina Allen, Melissa Gette, Becky O'Donnell, Tricia Russo, 
Cheryl DiNisco, Heidi Urquhart. 

Girls Varsity Field Hockey: first row: co-captains Mary- 
Beth Conway, Christine McGovern. second row: Linda 
Yanosick, Mary Ellen CoUiton, Maureen Boyle, Sue Pe- 
trecca. Deb Delfino, Laura Kramer, Kathy Ellis. Sue Riley, 
third row: Kathi McGovern, Lisa Linz, Christine Linz. 
Lucy McGovern, Kristin Yatsko, Robin Folweiler, Sue 
Hanson, Jen Sutton. 

1. A Lincoln-Subury player tries to push Jen Sutton out of 
the way, but fails. 

2. Would you rather be playing golf, Christine? 

3. Kathy Ellis and Linda Yanosick gasp as the ball rolls out 
of bounds. 

4. Good shot Kathi! 

5. Senior co-captains Mary-Beth Conway and Christine 
McGovern in one of their quieter moments. 

6. Jen Sutton takes her aggravation out on the ball. 

7. Maureen Boyle and Jennifer Sutton watch as a Lincoln- 
Sudbury player takes their ball away. 




RUNNING 
THE DISTANCE 

The 1984 Girls' Cross Country team 
was a very dedicated group of athletes. 
Despite their record of one win and six 
losses, they did have some excellent 
individual talent. Their record can be 
attributed to their small team, because 
they only had seven members. The se- 
niors and co-captains of the team were 
Gina Bumann and Pamela Wingood. 
Between these two runners there are 
seven years of combined cross-coun- 
try experience. The juniors on the 
team were Yael Kupiec, Susanne Mel- 
ville and Lori Acree. Next year they 
will be strong contenders in the Dual 
County League. Two newcomers on 
the squad were sophomore Terry 
Poole and freshman Tamar Kupiec. 
With increased experience and 
strength, they will become even more 
promising. 

The season was capped by several 
excellent performances in the All- 
League Meet held at Lincoln-Sudbury. 
The team's top runner, Gina Bumann, 
improved her time by over half a min- 
ute. Coming in second. Sue Melville 
was followed by Lori Acree. The next 
finishers were Pamela Wingood, Ter- 
ry Poole, and Tamar Kupiec. Unfortu- 
nately, Yael Kupiec, due to an injury, 
could not participate. Most of the girls 
significantly bettered their times this 
season. This accomplishment is due to 
coach Keup, manager Lynne Carroll, 
and of course the girls' hard training. 

1. What is so interesting on the ground? 

2. Mike Callender, Eric Anderson, and Keith 
Acree concentrate on their running. 

3. Terri Poole and Pam Wingood smile as they 
run together. 

4. Doug Blair, Mike Callender, and Ken Barthol- 
omew break out ahead of the pack. 



Girls Cross-Country: first row: Yael Kupiec, co- 
captains Pam Wingood, Gina Bumann, Tamar 
Kupiec second row: manager Leslie Carroll, Lori 
Acree, Sue Melville, Terri Poole, coach Keup 



7^L 




GIRLS CROSS-COL NTRY 
Bedford 46-15 Boston Latin 
Bedford 40-19 Acton-Boxboro 
Bedford 23-34 Hudson 
Bedford 3^-21 Lincoln-Sudbui 
Bedford 3o-21 Tewksbury 
Bedford 40-17 Concord-Carlisle 
Bedford 39-18 Natick 



114/CROSS COUNTRY 



Boys Cross-Country: first row: coach Ms. Sulli- 
van, Brad Hamby, Mike Callender, Captain 
Doug Blair, Coach Sullivan, second row: Greg 
Melville, Ken Bartholomew, Tom Welch, Eric 
Anderson, Bobby Hanley. third row: Eric Davis, 
Keith Acree, Rob Hauge, Ron Armstrong, Greg 
Swider. fourth row: Sean Devine, Kyle Chepo- 
lis, Gary Kleiman, Rick HoUis. 




DCL CHAMPS 

The 1984 cross-country team was 
unified and planned to use this season 
to rebuild. The Harriers worked hard 
to change an expected 4-3 record to an 
8-1 overall. This team wasn't good be- 
cause of individual talent, it was from 
teamwork that they earned the D.C.L. 
crown. 

Highlights of the season were the 
outstanding coaching job by Jake 
"Reebok" Sullivan. Sole senior Doug 
Blair placed first against Weston to 
open the season. Junior Brad Hamby 
won a meet against Hudson Catholic 
by breaking their course record. Both 
Brad and Doug were medalists at the 
State Coaches Invitational meet. Ju- 
niors Mike Callender and Greg Swider 
had excellent seasons and improved 
greatly as the season progressed. 
Freshman Bobby Hanley won a plaque 
in the State Coaches' Meet freshman 
race, and was the first freshman to run 
on the varsity team. 

The Harriers expect a continuation 
of this success next year, as only one 
runner is graduating. They know the 
hard work that brought them victory 
this year can be intensified next year. 




5 



CROSS-COUNTRY/ 1 15 




BOYS' SWIMMING 



Bedford 


80-89 


Newton South 


Bedford • 


74-98 


Concord 


Bedford 


52-107 


Lexington 


Bedford 


36-47 


Boston Latin 


Bedford 


36-42 


Wayland 


Bedford 


64-76 


Sudbury 


Bedford 


58-106 


Weston 


Bedford 


78-92 


Burlington 


Bedford 


68-97 


Acton 


Bedford 


83-59 


Billerica 









I 



STREAMLINE 
SUITS 

Although the boys' swim team did 
not have one of the best records, the 
never ending spirit of the squad shone 
through in every meet. Despite being 
in the toughest league, they were nev- 
er discouraged from having a good 
time. 

Furthermore, the team was not 
without individual superstars. Lead- 
ing the attack was senior captain Al 
Kenney in freestyle and butterfly 
races. His overall record combined 
into an impressive eighteen first and 
two second place finishes. Also Fresh- 
man Ron Armstrong excelled in 
breast-stroke and individual medley. 
Both swimmers would often combine 
to lead a relay team to victory, and 
each qualified for the state champion- 
ships. In diving Jeff Eagles sparkled, 
taking first in the DCL and placing in 
the top ten in the states. In fact, Jeff, a 
Junior Olympian, is one of the fore- 
most divers in his age group. 

The team of twelve had a great time 
thanks to coach Sandy Maczko. 




/ 




Boys' Swim Team First Row: Tom Welch, John 
Peterson, Captain Al Kenney, Mike Tuttle, Ken 
Brown, manager Jodi Payette Second Row: 
Todd Dworshak, Ron Armstrong, Eric Ander- 
son, Bill Bushe, Jeff Eagles, Brian Maczko, John 
Carter, and Coach Maczko. 1. Seniors Al Ken- 
ney and Ken Brown. 2. Star diver Jeff Eagles. 




116/SWlMMING 



GIRLS' SWIMMING 



Bedford 
Bedford 
Bedford 
/////Nford 
""Bedford 
Bedford 
Bedford 
Bedford 
Bedford 
Bedford 
Bedford 



89-83 

91-81 

63-111 

91-81 

93-78 

42-41 

97- 69 
69-103 
41-42 
55-117 

98- 67 



Newton South 
Lexington 
Gardner 
Burlington 
Sudbury 

Boston Latin ^- 
Notre Dame Acadeni* 
Westford 
Wayland 
Acton 
Shawsheen 





Varsity Swim Team. First Row: Tri-captains 
Jenny Maxon, Holly Corcoran, Julia Thomas, 
second row: Laura Besse, Lauren Heggestead, 
Anne Boffa, Michelle Hirsch. Third Row: Lisa 
Pignitello, Renee Holtzman, Carolyn McCol- 
lem, Audrey Graves, Laura Maxon, Helen Clark, 
Tracy Smith, Veronica Welch, Roberta Branca. 
Fourth Row: Allyson McLaughlin, Linda 
Thompson, Laura Cook, Susan Shapiro, Lynn 
Telford, Kim Gorgens, Courtney Chubb, Karen 
Hill, Elizabeth Colbath, Erika Huprish, Jodi 
Payette, Kirsten Ebersole. 

1. Captain Holly Corcoran does a forward dive 
pike position. 

2. Courtney Chubb warms down after winning 
the butterfly. 

3. Jenny Maxon after her leg of the relay. 

4. Julia Thomas and Lynne Telford race to the 
finish. 



BATHING 
BEAUTES 

This year's girls' swim team was 
one of the youngest in recent years. 
With only four seniors, the team re- 
lied heavily on the freshmen and 
sophomores. After a good start, the 
girls began to face tougher competi- 
tion, being in the powerful Dual 
County League. The zenith of the sea- 
son came during the last meet at Way- 
land, a long time rival of Bedford. Led 
by senior co-captains Holly Corcoran 
and Julia Thomas along with junior 
captain Jenny Maxon, the team gave 
Wayland a tough fight, but came up 
short by one point. 

Courtney Chubb was a backbone in 
the team winning the 200 and 500 free- 
style and 100 butterfly in every meet. 
The team could also count on a strong 
performance by Karen Hill in the 100 
breaststroke. 

Overall, the season was a successful 
one, with several members being 
named Dual County All Stars as well 
as Courtney Chubb being named 
Globe All Star. 



SWIMMING 117 



JUMP, SHOUT, BOOGIE 



Throughout the football and basketball season, 
the cheerleaders have supported and cheered the 
team on. They prepare for the seasons over the 
summers by attending cheerleading camp, learn- 
ing new cheers, stunts, and drills. With practice 
everyday, the girls work on sychronizing their 
moves to the beat of their chants. They try to get 
the players psyched up by giving them bags of 
food and candy during homeroom and before 
games. The captains Patty Ahern and Shannon 
Ericson, along with Coach Miss "G" and the Su- 
perband, psych the crowd at each game. Al- 
though it is hard work, they always have fun. 





1. Soccer Hockey Cheerleaders: first row: co-captains Julie 
Tateosian, Monica Sharpe. second row: Marcy Goyeffe, 
Kara Flynn, Caren Manning, Carolyn Matthews. Third 
row: Erin Kelly, Michelle Pitts, Pam Dutra, Crystal Mur- 
phy, Karen Cierpial. Missing: Susan Raynolds. 

2. Karen Cierpial and Kara Flynn converse before a soccer 
game. 

3. Soccer Hockey captains Julie (Tad) Tateosian and Moni 
Sharpe. 

4. Football Basketball Cheerleaders: first row: co-captains 
Patty Ahern, Shannon Ericson. second row: Sue McKie, 
Alicia Whitney, Riye Yukawa third row: Cheri Saltzman. 
Cheryl Millman, Maria Sarcia, Caroline Cusick, Debbie 
Looney. 

5. capt. Patty Ahern, Sue McKie, and Alicia Whitney- 
Senior Power! 

6. Shannon Ericson and Riye Yukawa. 



CHEERLEADING lio 



SHOOTING UP 
A STORM 

Nineteen eighty-five proved to be a 
rebuilding year for the rifle team as 
only five members returned from the 
previous season. Led by Coach Fi- 
chera, the team shot its way through 
the competition with strong perfor- 
mances from captain Chris Shaw, 
Steve Pisani, Brian Snelson, Matt Ur- 
quhart, Chris demons, Bob Huffman, 
and Chris Hawley. Strong support 
was also given by John Pecora, Bernie 
Snee, and Greg Pike. 

Although the season record was not 
as high as the team would have liked, 
their intense practice and concentra- 
tion paid off as the team's scores 
steadily increased throughout the sea- 
son. Team spirit was high, and their 
attitude made every match an exciting 
competition. At their rate of improve- 
ment, this team will be really hot next 
year, so watch out for them! 



Rifle Team: first row: Chris Hawley, Steve Pi- 
sani, Chris Shaw, second row: John Pecora, Ber- 
nie Snee, Brian Snelson, Matt Urquhart, Bob 
Huffman, Chris demons, Greg Pike, Coach 
John Fichera, 

1. Aim, fire! 

2. Chris Hawley concentrates for a bullseye. 

3. Matt Urquhart- maybe if I close my eyes my 
aim will improve. 

4. Chris Shaw readjusts his position. 





120/RIFLE TEAM 




Golf Team: First Row: Tom Haggerfy, captain 
Fred Flores, Dan Silvestrone, Sam White, Pat 
Killebrew. Second Row: Coach John Reynolds, 
Chris Mackintosh, Scott Morgan, Scott Udell, 
David Greelish, John Pecora, Neil O'Brien. 

1. Captain Fred Flores lines up his putt. 

2. Sam White and Dave Armini resort to mini- 
golf 




PUTTS THEIR 
PLEASURE 

The incredibly warm weather this 
fall helped make the change from 
spring to fall golf an easy one. Captain 
Fred Flores had an outstanding season 
as an individual performer, but could 
not pull the team beyond a 2 and 9 
record for the year. Many rookie par- 
ticipants this year made it look like a 
scene from "Caddyshack" at times, 
but performances and high spirits 
provided the catalysts for sound im- 
provement for all players throughout 
the season. Coach Reynolds is looking 
forward to a much improved season 
next year. 




Bedford i 

Bedford 

Bedford 

Bedford 

Bedford 

Bedford 

Bedford 

Bedford 

Bedford 

Bedford 

Bedford 

Bedford 



GOLF 

1-n 

3-9 

5'/,-6M, 

3- 9 

7Va-4V^ 
7-5 
1-11 
6Vi-5Vi 

4- B 

5- 7 
9-3 




Boston^ 
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Sudbui 

Concora 
Newton South 
Boston Latin 
Acton 
Wayland 
Sudbury 
ConnM.I 
Nev^ 



GOLF/121 



SHOOTING 
STARS 



The girls varsity basketball team 
started the season with nothing but 
negative comments. They were called 
"the team that did not have a chance" 
and "the underdogs." 

Loosing five seniors and having 
only three return, Gina Bumann, 
Christine McGovern, and Vera Kos- 
tori, with two returning lettermen, 
Kerry McGovern and Kristen Dou- 
gherty, those labels seemed true; but 
the girls and coach Patuleia did not 
give up. The starters, captains Gina 



"Boo" Bumann and Christine "Mac" 
McGovern, all-stars Kerry "ET" Mc- 
Govern, Kristen Dougherty, and Jen 
Dyson rattled every opponent. When 
the starters got into foul trouble the 
reserve players, Lucy McGovern, Vera 
Kostori, Jen Maxon, Michele Gonzales 
and Kim Alcaide came out with just as 
much fire and skill. The team that 
could not win did! The biggest win, at 
press time, for the lady Buccaneers 
this year was their win over Acton- 
Boxboro at Acton, the first time. 




GIRLS' VARSITY 


BASKETBALL 


Bedford 


62-20 


St. Joseph's 


Bedford 


43-59 


Newton North 


Bedford 


57-27 


St. Joseph's 


Bedford 


37-51 


Acton 


Bedford 


68-52 


Woburn 


Bedford 


60-38 


Weston 


Bedford 


58-40 


Newton South 


Bedford 


48-62 


Concord 


Bedford 


54-48 


Boston Latin 


Bedford 


59-41 


Wayland 1 


Bedford 


54-31 


Sudbury 1 


Bedford 


58-47 


Acton ' 


Bedford 


62-46 


Weston 


Bedford 


51-53 


Newton South 


Bedford 


52-66 


Concord 


Bedford 


65-54 


Boston Latin 


Bedford 


60-46 


Wayland 


Bedford ^ 


53-38 


Sudbury 



1 







Varsity Bjsketball-Fint Row: Kerry McGovern, Cina Bu- 
mann, Christine McGovern, Michelle Gonzales. Second 
Row: Coach Patuleia, Jenny Maxon, Vera Kostori, Lucy 
McGovern, Jen Dyson, Krisfen Dougherty. 
Jr. Varsity Basketball-First Row: Alice Spencer, Kathy 
McGovern, Megan Ralston, Kim Alcaide, Anne Macklin 
Second Row: Coach Mulligan, Laura Maxon, Kathy 
MacQuilken, Christina Allen, Karen Hill. 

1. The agony of defeat-Kathy McGovern 

2. Gina Bumann dribbling her way to the Harlem 
Globetrotters. 

3. Laura Maxon-Get Back Here! 

4. Joe Patuleia, okay girls, let's move! 

5. Buccaneers always on the top! 

6. Christine McGovern, this had better go in. 

7. Kristen Dougherty-Up, up and away. 

8. Jen Dyson has got the touch. 





ON THE 
REBOUND 



Considering their depleted ranks, 
the 1985 Varsity Boys' Basketball team 
had a better-than-respectable season. 
Playing at times with as few as six 
healthy players, the team had upset 
victories over Concord, Burlington, 
and Weston. Senior Captain Sean En- 
nis and senior Chip Ellis were nomi- 
nated for the DCL All-Star team. The 
Bucs were led by their charismatic and 



energetic coach, as well as captains 
Ennis and Tom Maskalenko. Other 
members of the team include seniors 
John Spencer and Todd Brunner, and 
juniors Mark Alcaide and Scott Smith. 
The season was truly a series of peaks 
and valleys, but the team provided 
some outstanding excitement for the 
home crowds. 



124/BASKETBALL 







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Junior Varsity Basketball: First row: Mark Sullivan, John 
Buxton, Greg Crecenzi, Rone! Mullen, Jason Courtney. 
Second row: Coach Greenwood, Adam Erlich, Dan Pri- 
mak, Scott Birmingham, John Vellino, Dave Bauman. 
Varsity Basketball Coach Hodsdon, Chris Corey, Mark 
Alcaide, Scott Smith, co-captains Sean Ennis, Chip Ellis, 
Todd Brunner, John Spencer, Jim MacHarrie 
Freshman Basketball: co-captains Monty Baker, Scott 
Ricker, Glen Pearson, Craig Minassian, Andre Taylor, 
James Francis, Tony Leahy, Neil O'Brien, Dave Concan- 
non, Dave Fox, Mike Burke, Greg Melville, coach George 
West, managers Julie Johnston, Megan Lacovara. 

1. Co-captain Chip Ellis out jumps his opponent. 

2. Mark Alcaide is in perfect form as he shoots. 

3. Keep your eyes on the ball, Sean! 

4. Chris Corey looks to the heavens for help. 

5. Chip Ellis sails through the air as teammate Jim Mac- 
Harrie looks on. 

6. All they can do is watch as Mark Alcaide takes his shot. 

7. Todd Brunner closes hie eyes and prays that Jim's shot 
will make it. 



BASKFTBALL 125 



SOLID AND 
AGGRESSIVE 



The 1984-'85 Buccaneer hockey team may not 
have topped the DCL this year, but coached by 
Mark Lane and Bob McGrath, our team sure did 
fight hard. 

Consisting of nine seniors, the team will be a 
tough act to follow next year. Star center and co- 
captain Jim "Jimmy O" O'Shaugnessy led the 
Bucs with his twenty plus goals and skillful 
puck control. Always at O'Shaugnesy's side was 
wing Jim Storer whose aggressiveness and 
speed helped assist and score many goals. Also, 
exemplifying the importance of playing a solid 
offensive as well as defensive game was fellow 
wing/center Chris Manning. 



On defense, Tim Peucker was commonly seen 
introducing opponents to the boards. His defen- 
sive skill kept many pucks and players out of 
Bedford's end of the ice. Mike Fitzgerald and his 
"bone-crushing checks" also aided Peucker's 
cause. Furthermore, defenseman and co-captain 
John McKenna held on to a never surrender 
spirit and his talented play helped keep the Bucs 
near the top of the DCL for most of the season. 

Although the '64-'&5 Buccaneer hockey team 
could not outshine all others in the Dual Coun- 
ty League this year, they proved that they can 
play solid, aggressive hockey. 



126/ HOCKEY 




Varsity Hockey: First Row; Jim Colliton, 
Charles Mahar, Mike Ferri, Ed Gardner, Bruce 
Park, Tim Murray, Keith Mohnari, Tom Porter, 
Peter Dion. Second Row: Coach Bob McCrath, 
Jim Ward, captain Jimmy O'Shaugnessy, Steve 
Curley, Jim Storer, Tim Peucker, Mike Fitzger- 
ald, Joe Quinn, Rob Collins, captain John Mc- 
Kenna, Chris Manning, managers Susan 
Drohan, Sue Burns, Coach Mark Lane. 
1. A Bedford player reaches to steal the puck 



from Acton. 

2. Warming up. 

3. Chris Manning races for the puck. 

4. Bedford's defense sized up their opposition. 

5. Jimmy O'Shaugnessy in pursuit of the action. 

6. Breaking away from behind the net. 

7. Jimmy "O" and Jimmy Storer, the hottest 
offensive line, move in for a goal. 

8. Tim Peucker and fellow defenseman protect- 
ing Murray from Acton's attack. 




HOCKEY/127 





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UP AND 
RUNNING 



The 1984-85 winter track team had 
its share of victory and disappoint- 
ment, mostly victory. They breezed 
through the first four meets with a 
winning streak, that surpassed every- 
one's expectations. They rivaled with 
the best athletes in the state at the 
State Coaches Meet in Harvard, the 
B.U. Relays and the State Meet. The 
Bedford team gave Lincoln-Sudbury 
and Wayland quite a scare, losing to 
both teams by a small margin. Just 
surviving some of coach DeCapua's 
and ex-coach Sullivan's imaginative 
workouts is an accomplishment in 



itself. 

On the average, at least 70% of the 
team scored at every meet. Each indi- 
vidual was valuable to the team; never- 
theless, there are some athletes whose 
outstanding performances are worth 
mentioning. Sean Hurley has the '84- 
85 DCL indoor record in the lOCX) (2:21) 
and placed third in the State Coaches 
Meet (2:16.6). Neil Amidon has the 
DCL '84-85 best times in the 300 (33.7) 
and the 600 (1:16.8). Dave O'Neil 
threw the DCL '84-85 record shotput 
distance of 44'4.5'. 



128/INDOOR TRACK 



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Girls' Track: firs! row: Nicole Cassidy, Terri Poole, 
Pam Wingood, Denise Shaffer, second row: Nicole 
Cassidy, Terri Poole, Pam Wingood, Denise 
Shaffer, second row: Diane Burton, Kara Whiting, 
Tamar Kupiec, Melissa Burton, Kara Whiting, Ta- 
mar Kupiec, Melisa Gette, third row: Lori Acre*, 
Sue Melville, Yael Kupiec, Meg Gurley. 
Boys' Track: first row: Mike Callender, Doug Blair, 
Rob Kelnhofer, Neil Amidon, Darrell Hanson, sec- 
ond row: Sam White, Keith Acree, Bobby Hanley, 
Gary Kleiman, Greg Swider, Donny Campbell, 
third row: Coach Keup, John Duke, Phil Lawrence, 
Jeff French, Dave O'Neil, co-captains Lonnie Mur- 
ray, Sean Hurley, Keith Dougherty, Peter Stamata- 
kos. Coach DeCapua. 

1. ) Mike Callender shows good sportsmanship. 

2. ) Pam Wingood on route to winning. 

3. ) Neil Amidon chasing after DCL record. 

4. ) Killer Dog Keith Dougherty leaps to victory. 

5. ) Lonnie Murray and Darrell Hanson. 

6. ) Sue Melville - move over, I m coming through. 

7. ) Peter Stamatakos - Up, up and away' 

INDOOR TRACK 120 



A STRONG 
EFFORT 



The 1984-85 girls' gymnastics team 
was one filled with excitement and 
achievement. The highlight of the sea- 
son was a stunning victory over the 
Billerica Indians. Co-captains Brenda 
Sayles and Jeannette Moreau support- 
ed the team with some very high indi- 
vidual scores. The Bedford attack was 
bolstered by strong efforts by Amy 
Puffer, Christine Martell, Veronica 
Welch, Josie Rodriguez, and Renata 
Pomponi. The team consisted of many 
high potential underclassmen who 
will be a major contibuting factor in 
the success of future seasons. The art 
of gymnastics requires individual 
strength, determination, and patience; 
qualities the '84-'85 team exhibited in 
both practice and performance. The 
girls finished the season with a 9-1 
record. 




Gymnastics: First Row: Christine Martell, Jean- 
ette Moreau, Kristin Thompson, Wendy Barto, 
Lisa Atkinson, Mary Mead. Second Row: 
Lauren Heggestead, Georgia Stefinadakis, Shar- 
on Beardsley, Mary Mackintosh, Christine 
Thompkins, Leslie Kolarik, Third Row: Carol 
McClatchey, Renata Pomponi, coach Holzber- 
leln, Debbie Boudreau, Julianne Oates, Veroni- 
ca Welch, Mandy Telford, Joan Weinfurt, 
Laurie Chepolis, Amy Puffer, Brenda Sayles, Jo- 
sie Rodriguez. 1. Carol McClatchey splits on the 
beam. 2. Renata Pomponi awaits the start of her 
routine. 3. Jeannette Moreau performing on the 
mats. 4. Brenda Sayles displays perfect balance 
and extension. 




Bedford 
Bedford 
Bedford 
Bedford 
Bedford 
Bedford 
Bedford 
Bedford 
Bedford 
Bedford 



GIRLS' GYMNASTICS 

Acton 
Stoneham 
Sudbury 



75.8-106.7 
81.25-101.2 
82.45-107.6 

82.8- 100.1 
86.45-89.4 
86-102.4 
86.1-104.4 

85.9- 84.3 
81.9-110.3 
89.75-109.45 



Newton South 

Wilmington 

Concord 

Wayland 

Billerica 

Westford Academy 
Winchester 




130/GYMNASTICS 




Ski Team: First Row: captain Kathy Ellis, Eric 
Larsen, Robin Folweiler, Pat McAllister, Brad 
Hamby, Anthony Alves, Mike DeMattio, Lisa 
Linz, Tami Beecy, Jeff MacDonald. Second 
Row: Becky O'Donnell, Jeff Garibotto, Tracy 
McArdle, Gene Holmstead, captain Barry Yace- 
shyn, Matt Mazotta, Sue Clancy, Jen Sutton, 
Adrienne Tsang, Eric Niblack, Coach Dale Wil- 
son. Third Row: Coach Helen Folweiler, captain 
Don Bunker, Jen Spencer, Kim Gorgens, Robert 
Hauge, Chris Hamby, Matt Vosika, Doug Elder, 
Paul Harrington, Joanne Melville, Meredith Ev- 
ans. Fourth Row: Sue Schoorens, captain Tina 
CoUyer, Kim Hall, Linda Ricci, Emily Carr. 
1. Doug Elder edges by Robin Folweiler. 




CONQUERING 
THE SLOPES 

This year the Bedford High ski team 
proved to have a very exciting season. 
The skiers improved tremendously 
and the team had many outstanding 
individuals. Coached by Helen Fol- 
weiler and Dale Wilson, the team 
worked hard all winter. 

The ski team is divided into two 
"sub" teams, downhill and cross- 
country. The skiers have a choice of 
racing either one of these, or both. 
Most of the downhill skiers race in 
both because in order to earn a varsity 
letter, they must compete in one cross- 
country race. This rule was made last 
year because there were few cross- 
country racers and the team could not 
fill the required ten spots needed for a 
race. 

The boys cross-country team was 
led by Doug Elder who gave the other 
towns very tough competition with 
his great skiing ability. Leading the 
girls team was Robin Folweiler. With 
her great strength and speed, Folweiler 
was one of the top skiers among the 
towns. 

The downhill team had a good year 
also. Senior captain Barry Yaceshyn 
was the boys leader. Maintaining tre- 
mendous speed and control on the 
slopes, Yaceshyn placed well in the 
overall standings. Tina Collyer, also a 
senior captain, skied her personal best 
this season and also placed well 
overall. 

The managers, Becky O'Donnell, 
Heidi Urquhart, and Jean McKie kept 
the team running smoothly. They 
stood outside in freezing temperatures 
for over two hours while they recorded 
times for both downhill and cross- 
country skiers. They also organized 
the bibs and helped the coaches 
tremendously. 




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MORE THAN 
COLLEAGUES 

This past fall, the Boy's Cross- 
country Team earned the title of Dual 
County League Champions. On ac- 
count of this, they are in the spotlight. 
All of them are dedicated runners who 
work hard with the coaching of Mr. 
and Mrs. Sullivan. A multifaceted 
bond makes the relationship between 
the team and the Sullivans very 
special. 

Unlike most coaches, the Sullivans 
participate in all the training exercises 
which the student runners work 
through in practice. Both Mr. and 
Mrs. Sullivan compete for the Reebok 
National Racing Team and therefore, 
appreciate the necessity of consistent 
training. They run alongside the har- 
riers and engage both in supportive 
conversation and the "inside" team 
jokes (the runners have a great sense 
of humor). More than a competitive 
spirit, the Sullivans encourage a coop- 
erative spirit among the runners. In 
addition, the team knows that Mr. 
Sullivan and Mrs. Sullivan themselves 
are being coached, so they are assured 



of updated, efficient practices. "Jake is 
a model coach, not a dictator." More- 
over, the Sullivans are available and 
supportive whenever someone needs 
help. 

The cross-country team has unique 
cohesion. Since cross-country is not 
publicized in the headlines, the partic- 
ipants recognize each others talents 
and depend on support from their 
peers. They share aspirations and 
goals to better themselves; running is 
a connection between them. An exam- 
ple of the strong bond of the harriers 
becomes evident at the alumni meet- 
ing. Graduates dating back to the mid- 
70's, some of whom are married, come 
to run and stay in touch with the en- 
joyment they experienced at Bedford 
High. Furthermore, graduates, while 
on break, join team practices. The se- 
nior members of the team "talk up" 
involvement in running as a sport. 
They have found that the more effort 
and time they put into training, the 
more rewards they experience from 
running. The sport of running is 
unique in the sense that athletes can 
work towards individual goals as well 
as those of the team. According to Mr. 
Sullivan, the cross-country team 
works as a "system". Each member is 



a valuable part of the working whole. 
If one part does not work up to par, 
then the system suffers. The runners 
seem to sense this, for they are always 
pushing forward to achieve better 
times. 

The Sullivans not only relate to the 
team on a coach/athlete level, they 
also relate to them intellectually in the 
classroom, personally as they share 
interests, and philosophically by shar- 
ing ideas related to running. Influ- 
enced by his high school coach, Mr. 
Sullivan feels that cross-country is a 
cooperative team venture. Coach and 
athlete must be motivated, committed, 
and willing to take initiative. No one 
has natural endurance; it must be 
developed. 

The combination of personal moti- 
vation, team spirit and peer support 
nurtures the cross-country team. Con- 
gratulations to the outstanding stu- 
dent athletes and Mr. and Mrs. 
Sullivan, who, through dedication, 
have brought another respectable 
crown to BHS. 



1) The Sullivans in a pose with Doug Blair. 

2) Mr. Sullivan leading the pack. 



132/COACHES 




When students look back at 
their years at Bedford High, 
lets hope they remember not 
just the people, but the social 
activities in which they par- 
ticipated. As education is only 
a part of students' lives, this 
section will help alumni to re- 
member the fun and interest- 
ing activities that they had a 
part in. 

Because of the number of 
diverse groups in the high 
school, the clubs and organi- 
zations featured in this sec- 
tion are both scholastic and 
extracurricular. It is just an- 
other example of BHS as a 
sum of its many different 
parts, just as we students are 
consumed with many differ- 
ent interests. 

It is encouraging to note 
that although the size of each 
consecutive class of BHS is 
becoming smaller, our stu- 
dents still prove to be an en- 
thusiastic and participating 
community. Presented here 
are the many diverse interests 
that BHS students have kept 
alive with their willingness to 
be involved. 



STUDENT LIFE/133 





YOUR 
VOICE! 



AISE 



The choir is a distinguished 
group of fifty-nine of Bedford 
High Schools' male and female 
voices. They perform three times 
during the year: at the POMS fall 
and spring dinner/concert, and 
in December at the Holiday con- 
cert. Of course, the highlight of 
the year is participating in the 
annual spring musical comedy, 
"Oklahoma!". 

The next largest singing group 
in the high school is the Girl's 
Ensemble. Made up of forty-two 
female voices, the ensemble 
sings at the Holiday and spring 
concerts. Both groups are under 
the direction of Keith L. 
Phinney. 



1. Michael Sullivan and Patti Olsen - just 
smile and pretend you know what you're 
doing! 2. Choir: Row 1: Andrea Lund, 
Linda Blair, Veronica Welch, Mary Jean 
Papalia, Sara Kostishack, David Gage, 
Adam Boyd, Andrew Spofford, Trebor 
Carey, Bob Sullivan, Robert Flores, 
Lynne Telford, Riye Yukawa, Sarah Rob- 
inson. Row 2: Wendy Utley, Julie Mann, 
Christina Hopkins, Mandy Telford, 
Mary-Beth Conway, Richard HoUis, 
Donald Woodford, Rick Dacey, Chris 
Naugler, Erika McGilvaray, Kathy Mc- 
Govern, Polly Sanford. Row 3: Jo Anne 
Delaney, Nancy Woodford, Tricia Con- 
way, Mike Callendar, Chuck Gerbrands, 
Jim Larkin, Brenda McMahon, Sheila 
McCravy, Tookie Whiting, Natalie 
Weiker, Lori Fields, Jill Costello. Row 4: 
Robyn Hannon, Heather McGilvaray, 
Patti Olsen, Karen Cierpial, Julie Collins, 
Alyson McLaughlin, Julie Kostishack, 
Mike Sullivan, Tibor Nagy, Jim Papalia, 
Caren Manning, Crystal Murphy, 
Cheryl Millman, Laura Linz, Christine 
Linz 3. f/isemWes; Debbie Boudrea, Lau- 
ra Besse, Beth Grunes, Christine Martell, 
Lori Chepolis, Carolyn McCollem, Tra- 
cey Hector, Kathy Doughty. Second 
Row: Selana Toomey, Julie Hunt, Joan 
Weinfurt, Meg Gurley, Helen Perkin- 
son, Georgia Stefanidakis, Jennifer Kim- 
mins, Pam Dutra, Diane Pysczynski, 
Anne Boffa. Third Row: Sandy McDon- 
ald, Nancy Damery, Leslie Carrol, Kathy 
Sutton, Patty Sciaraffa, Debbie Lovely, 
Joni Montemagno, Emily Carr, Linh 
Doan. Fourth Row: Stephanie Hirsh, 
Ann Whiting, Meredith Evans, Michelle 
Hirsh, Bridget Lineham, Joy Anderson, 
Sharon Waschler, Donna Stefenadakis, 
Amy Roberts. Fifth Row: Rebecca Thom- 
as, Andrea Capezzuto. 



134/CHOIR-ENSEMBLES 






IS) ING A 

SONG 

One of Bedford High School's 
tight vocal groups is the madri- 
gal. This group meets every oth- 
er day, and is accompanied on 
the piano by Andrea Lund. 
These students are able to per- 
form a wide range of musical 
styles from many time periods. 
The madrigal also performs 
some numbers a capella, as well 
as in Latin. The double sextette, a 
group of sixteen girls, is one of 
the only musical ensembles at 
the high school that performs 
outside of school. 



4. Madrigal: Row 1: Monica Sharpe, Ni- 
cole Cassidy, Sarah Robinson, Rick Da- 
cey, Chris Naugler, Russ Cobe, JoAnne 
McDonough, Brenda McMahon, Riye 
Yukawa, accompianist Andrea Lund. 
Row 2: Mary-Beth Conway, Diana Bir- 
mingham, Sue Hawkins, Peter Corea, 
Tom Welch, John Grimm, Michael Sulli- 
van, Heather Johnson. 5. Double Sex- 
tette: Julie Kostishack, Sue Hawkins, 
Nicole Cassidy, Trisha Conway, Allyson 
McLaughlin, Marybeth Conway, Diana 
Birmingham, Julie Mann, Monica 
Sharpe, Lynne Telford, Cheryl Millman, 
Sheila McCravy, Heather Johnson, Jo- 
Anne McDonough, Riye Yukawa, Bren- 
da McMahon, accompianist Sarah 
Robinson. 6. Mr. Phinney concentrates 
to keep the choir and orchestra together. 



Leadership and responsibility are ex- 
perienced by several students during 
their high school career in various 
groups, sports, and organizations. This 
fact holds true even in the music depart- 
ment where students are section leaders, 
and student directors. One of these direc- 
tors is Sarah Robinson who has conduct- 
ed the Double Sextette for the past two 
years. Sarah offers to the group her expe- 
rience as a talented singer, as well as her 
knowledge of music. As the conductor of 
sixteen girls, Sarah often faces the task, of 
teaching them the rhythm and the notes 
of each selection. The Double Sextette 
can always count on Sarah to keep up the 
high standards that the group is known 
for and is a good example of what one 
looks for in a student leader. Although 
the girls' practices are few, a lot must be 
accomplished in the rehearsal, Sarah has 
always kept Double Sextette an enjoy- 
able activity. 



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SOUNDS 



Wind Ensemble is strong 
committment to music and re- 
quires a lot from the student. 
One must audition and pending 
acceptance, they may become a 
member. Once accepted, they are 
required to participate in all con- 
certs, the marching band, pa- 
rades, and other musical 
activities. If the musician is of 
high caliber, then he or she must 
participate in the Orchestra and 
audition for the Jazz Ensemble. 
All of the activities take a great 
deal of individual preparation 
but the students only recieve 
credits for Wind. The students 
must be prepared to be sponta- 
neously called on to play certain 
sections. It is a course that de- 
mands a lot more talent and 
committment than the students 
realize. Despite all the hard 
work, the kids still feel that 
Wind is one of the best activities 
that the school has to offer. 



1. Judy Bartholomew and Joanne De- 
laney wonder if they missed their en- 
trance. 2. Now that's concentration! 3 
David Burr tooting along with his Bari- 
Sax 4. Wind Ensemble-first Row: Raj 
Sundra, Karen Zolnay, Renata Pomponi, 
Yael Kupiac, Joanne Delaney, Judy 
Bartholomew, Sarah Robinson. Second 
Row: Heather Franklin, Jennifer Lund, 
Michelle Gonzolas, Andrea Lund, Stacy 
Swider, Sheila Feltman, Eric Anderson, 
ChristiAnne Castro, Julie Kostishak, Da- 
vid Burr, Mr. Smith. Third Row: Linda 
Ricci, Linda Blair, Carol McClatchey, 
Brenda McMahon, John Callender, Tony 
Flanagan, Russ Cobe, Doug Blair, 
Mandy Telford, Mike Kenney, Scott 
Seviere, Jay Schoendorf, Lynne Telford. 
Fourth Row: David Gage, Marc Vade- 
boncour. Bob Huffman, Peter Corea, 
Judy Ciampa, Donald Woodford, Al 
Kenney, John Grimm, Wendy Utiey. 5. 
David Gage- I've got rhythm. 6. T-Bone 
power with Wendy UtIey and John 
Grimm 7. /jzz Ensemble: First Row: Mr. 
Smith, Raj Sundra, Sheila Feltman, 
ChristiAnne Castro, Renata Pomponi, 
Julie Kostishak, Stacy Swider. Second 
Row: John Grimm, Al Kenney, Lynne 
Telford, Donald Woodford, Wenty Ut- 
iey, Russ Cobe, Mike Kenney, Mandy 
Telford. Third Row: Sarah Robinson, Pe- 
ter Corea, Marc Vadeboncoeur, Andrea 
Lund, Bob Huffman, David Gage. Stacy 
Swider and Julie Kostishack-sexy saxes. 



136/WIND ENSEMBLE 




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(E) EEL THE 

RHYTHM 

The BHS Jazz Ensemble is 
comprised of twenty-three mem- 
bers from the Wind Ensemble. 
The group, which is under the 
direction of Mr. Paul K. Smith, 
usually meets once a week, dur- 
ing school and every Friday at 
2:30. The band's repetoire in- 
clude blues, big band, jazz, con- 
temporary, and fusion. The band 
performs at both the winter and 
spring coricert, as well as Con- 
cert on the Green and the Hall of 
Fame ceremonies. Through the 
course of a year, the members 
learn about the various basics of 
jazz, such as the twelve bar blues, 
as well as the history and trivial 
facts of jazz greats. The group 
also gives it's members the op- 
portunity to write solos and per- 
form them in front of their peers. 

The atmosphere during jazz is 
much more relaxed than the 
more serious wind ensemble re- 
hearsals. However, the members 
work extra hard on getting the 
over-all group unison that is so 
important in a jazz ensemble. 



If there is one person who truly exem- 
plifies the definition of dedication it 
would be Raj Sundra. Raj is a four year 
veteran of the Wind-Jazz Ensemble, 
Marching Band, and three veteran of the 
Orchestra. He has played a variety of in- 
struments from clarinet to soprano sax to 
alto sax depending on what group he is 
devoting his time to. Being a clarinet sec- 
tion leader for the past two years. Raj has 
had many opportunities to share his mu- 
sical talent among his peers. Most after- 
noons one can find Raj with his 
instrument practicing fingerings, scales, 
and drills with the main objective to im- 
prove his playing ability. This year Raj 
was rewarded with an acceptance to the 
Northeast District Band. Here he could 
share his music talent with other accom- 
plished musicians. No matter how diffi- 
cult the piece. Raj is always ready to meet 
the challenge with great intensity. 




JAZZ/1.'- 



OUND 
OF MUSIC 

Concert band is the largest in- 
strumental group in the high 
school. Meeting every other day 
throughout the school year, this 
group is conducted by Mr. Paul 
K. Smith. The group plays a wide 
range of music, from marches to 
musical suites which are rated 
highly in the music circles. Be- 
ing a member requires its mem- 
bers to perform twice a year, 
once during the winter concert 
and once in the Spring Concert. 
It gives the students the oppor- 
tunity to join the Marching Band 
as well as play at Concert on the 
Green, Graduation, and in the 
Memorial Day Parade. 

1. There were more than a thousand reeds 
springing up like weeds ... 2. Christine 
McGovern-The Pied Pipette. 3. Eric An- 
derson-I took a correspondence course in 
playing the tuba. 4. Concert Band-First 
Row: Debbie O'Neil, Christine McGov- 
ern, Terry Poole, Denisc Schafer. Second 
Row: Meg Gurley, Mary Jean Paplia, 
Anne Solomita, Sharon Beardsley, Jo- 
anne Melville, Tamar Kupiec, Nicole Pi- 
card. Third Row: Deb Sharkey, Michelle 
Stuart, Susan Schapiro, Joy Anderson, 
Pam Wingood, Sue Sabetty, Sara Kosti- 
shack, Christina Hopkins, Julie Durkin, 
Mr. Smith. Fourth Row: Linda Pyz- 
synski, Kim Gorgens, Donna Stefanida- 
kis, Lucy McGovern, Erika McGilvry, 
John Callender, Chris Smith, Laura 
Dmochowski, Carolyn Mathews. Fifth 
Row: Erika Hupperich, Janice McCarthy, 
Gary Wadden, Laura Besse, Jennifer 
Spencer, Anne Higham, Patty Sciaraffa, 
Heather Bensley, David Clancey. Sixth 
Row: Meredith Evans, Laura Cook, Ke- 
vin Mickel, Joanne McDonough, Bob 
Roberson, Sue Melville, Kathy McGov- 
ern, Ken Brown, Andrew Spofford, Dave 
Conconnon. Seventh Row: Eric Ander- 
son, Scott Udell, Carl Theobald, Dave 
Burr, Sue McMahan, Sheila Feltman, 
Adam Erlich, Greg Melville, Elizabeth 
Colbath, Bobby Hanley, Danny Kenne- 
dy. 5. Peter Corea strumming along. 6. 
David Gage-This is what you call deep 
concentration. 7. Orchestra: First Row: 
Riye Yukawa, Judy Ciampa, Andrea 
Lund, Tiffany Whitcomb, Natalie 
Weiker, Ann Macklin, ChristiAnne Cas- 
tro, Suzy Asbedian, Nancy Woodford, 
Judy Barthalomew, Joanne Delaney, Yael 
Kupiec, Linda Blair, Michelle Gonzalas, 
Heather Franklin, Carol McClatchey, Raj 
Sundra, Jim Bland, Phil Lawrence, Carl 
Theobald, Robert Flores. Second Row: 
Mark Guetersloh, Jonathan Mann, Ka- 
ren Zolnay, Renata Pomponi, Sheila Felt- 
man, Stacy Swider, Jay Schoendorf, Scott 
Sevier, Michael Kenney, Mandy Telford, 
John Grimm, Wendy Utley, Al Kenney, 
Peter Corea, Donald Woodford, JoAnne 
McDonough, Russ Cobe, Lynne Telford, 
Mr. Hagar. 8. Eyes up here! 






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INSTRUMENTAL 

The BHS string orchestra 
meets every other day during pe- 
riod E. In the weeks before the 
two concerts, in which the or- 
chestra performs, members of 
the Wind Ensemble join the vio- 
lins, viola, cello, and string bass 
to form the full orchestra. 

Led for the seventh year by 
Mr. Richard Hager, the orchestra 
presents a variety of pieces each 
year, as well as the traditional 
songs. At the annual spring con- 
cert, when the musicians per- 
form without the BHS choir, Mr. 
Hagar conducts the orchestra in 
more challenging works that 
demonstrate the groups excel- 
lence and the long hours of 
rehearsal. 

This year, five accomplished 
members of the orchestra were 
accepted into the 1984-1985 
Northeast District Orchestra 
and Band. Seniors Judy Ciampa 
(violin), Raj Sundra (clarinet), 
Stacey Swider (bassoon), Donald 
Woodford (baritone), and sopho- 
more Peter Corea (bass) were se- 
lected from the hundreds of 
instrumentalists who audi- 
tioned, and performed in the 
January 12 District concert. 




The concertmaster of an orchestra is 
the musician who is assigned the first 
chair of the first violin section. If there is 
a solo violin passage in the music, this 
passage will be also be played by the con- 
certmaster. The concertmaster will also 
be asked on occasion to conduct a "sec- 
tional rehearsal"; that is, work with a sec- 
tion of the orchestra on a particular 
passage of difficulty. Therefore, it is the 
concertmaster's responsibility to know 
the music cold and understand how to go 
about teaching the music to the group. 

Riye Yukawa has been the concertmas- 
ter of the Bedford High School Orchestra 
for three years, and, as such, has been a 
strong leader for the orchestra. She stud- 
ies violin privately, has performed with 
the Grace Chapel Orchestra, and has per- 
formed as a member of the Northeastern 
District Orchestra and the Massachu- 
setts All-State Orchestra. 



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arching Band 



Even with many changes, the 
BHS Superband continued to as- 
tonish football fans during the 
1984 football season. Many of 
these changes were initiated by 
new band director Paul Smith. 
Mr. Smith introduced the band 
to a new style, and he brought 
the band to the Abington Band 
Jamboree where they placed sec- 
ond out of five in their division 
(fifty members or less). Some of 
the season's selections included 
"Crown Imperial", "Mirada", 
"Maniac", "The Battle Hymn of 
the Republic", and "The Wil- 
liam Tell Overture" complete 
with the masked man and his 
trusty steed. One thing that 
didn't change was the band's 
never-ending spirit and enthusi- 
asm which they showed both in 
the stands and on the field. 
"They looked good, they looked 
fine, and they really blew our 
minds. UGH." 

1. Donald Woodford and Judy Ciampa. 
. .How about their picture on a box 
of Kellogg's Cornflakes? 

2. Looks like the band took a 
McDonalds run! 

3. Mandy Telford smiles in delight 
after finishing a song. 



140/MARCHING BAND 





1. The band performs the "William Tell 
Ovrature". 

2. The 1984 Superbjnd: David Kennedy, 
David Cage, Sara Kostishack, Rick. Da- 
cey, Marc Vadeboncoeur, Bob Huff- 
man, Andrea Lund, Russ Cobe, Second 
row: Mary-Jean Paplia, Judy Barthalo- 
mew, Anne Solomita, Nancy Wood- 
ford, Julie Durkin, Joanne Delaney, 
Sarah Robinson, Michelle Conzalas 
Third row: Lynda Blair, Christi Anne 
Castro, Heather Franklin, Renata 
Pomponi, John Callender, Brenda 
McMahan, Tony Flanagan, Eric An- 
derson. Fourth row: Sheila Feltman, 
Janice McCarthy, Mandy Telford, 
Scott Sevier, Kevin Mickle, Adam Er- 
lich, David Burr, Wendy Utley. Fifth 
row: Stacy Swider, Julie Kostishack, 
Lynne Telford, Peter Corea, Judy 
Ciampa, Donald Woodford, Al Ken- 
ney, John Grimm 

3. Carl Theobald intently watches the 
game as his trombone rests. 

4. Mr. Smith: 1 don't believe it. . .they 
actually did something right. 




Al Kenneywas invaluable to this year's 
Marching Band. Being a dedicated musi- 
cian was only half of what he offered. In a 
marching band, spirit, pride, and enthusi- 
asm are ingredients which are as impor- 
tant as the musical element. Al possesses 
an abundance of these qualities but also he 
was the catalyst for inciting them in the 
rest of the band, whether leading the 
group in a cheer (who will ever forget him 
leading, "Boogie down that line, UNH! it's 
touchdown time!") or psyching the band 
up with his "falling hat" routine. Most 
important is Al's contribution in making 
band not just a class, but a team and a 
family. His future plans include college, 
majoring in business and keeping up his 
interest in music. 

"Here we are just comin' right at you sin- 
gin DO WA DITTY DITTY DUM DITTY 
DO Betcha wonderin' what were gonna do 
SINGING DO WA DITTY DITTY DUM 
DITTY DO We look good we look fine 
Now were gonna blow your mind, UGH!" 






ajorettes 



This year the majorette squad 
had a maximum of one year's ex- 
perience. Due to the youth of the 
girls, the first few games were 
very trying for the squad and the 
band. But a combined effort 
among all made the girls shine in 
such selections as "On Broad- 
way," "Celebration," "Eye of the 
Tiger," and "Five-Foot-Two." 
Paul Smith, the new band direc- 
tor, did an excellent job of help- 
ing throughout the season. A 
unique quality about the squad is 
their versatility. They function 
as a drill team, flag bearers, and 
dancers. Creative and entertain- 
ing, they sparkled in all of their 
routines. Led by co-captains 
Chelby Blodgett and Carol 
McClatchey, the squad made up 
each of their routines as well as 
costumes for one of the num- 
bers. Although young and rela- 
tively inexperienced, the nine 
member squad banded together 
to add zest to the football season. 

1. Chelby Blodgett, Carol McClatchey, 
JoAnne McDonough, Kristen 
Thompson, Gwen Moll, and Sheila 
McCravy end their routine to "Eye of 
the Tiger" with a striking pose. 

2. A majorette ready for action- Sheila 
McCravy. 

3. "What do you mean you forgot the 
routine?" 

4. Sue Penney waits for her turn to jump 
in a time out routine. 

5. The 1984 Majorettes: Sue Drohan, Co- 
captains Chelby Blodgett and Carol 
McClatchey, Sheila McCravy. Second 
row: Kristen Thompson, Sue Burns, 
Gwen Moll, JoAnne McDonough. 
Missing Sue Penney. 





142/MAJORETTES 





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Rally 



It wasn't just the heat from the 
towering bonfire that warmed 
that cold night (11/21/84). First, 
the band warmed up their in- 
struments and then heated up 
the crowd with football tunes as 
they marched from the Purity 
shopping center to the Center 
School tennis courts. Not far be- 
hind were the football team 
members cheering from atop a 
fire engine. Surrounding the 
small chain were majorettes, 
cheerleaders, and police cars 
completing the small parade. At 
the tennis courts announcers 
pepped the crowd, mothers' 
hearts were warmed with cor- 
sages from their football playing 
sons, and the cheerleaders 
sparked the audience with an en- . 
tertaining routine. One could 
also see the Bedford Buccaneer 
and turkey jumping enthusiasti- 
cally through the crowd. By 7:30 
it was time for everyone to move 
over to the soccer backstop and 
watch the captains of the football 
team light a fire, which would 
quickly engulf the destined Con- 
cord Patriot hanging limply on 
top. Amidst cheers from the 
crowd and songs from the band, 
the fire roared into the night. 
Long after the last flame 
sparked, the enthusiasm, hopes, 
and memories still lingered on. 

1. Captains Mike Hawkins and Scott 
McArlde sit atop Bedford #1, with the 
rest of the football team in a pre-rally 
parade through the streets of Bedford. 

2. Rich Duda pins a corsage on his moth- 
er's jacket during the rally. 

3. Fire quickly creeps up on the doomed 
Concord Patriot at the start of the bon 
fire. 

4. Mr. Sabourin spares a moment to pose 
with the Bedford turkey. 



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PEP RALLY/143 



OMMITTEES 



Aside from academics and sports, 
Bedford High has numerous commit- 
tees in which the students may partici- 
pate. Such committees as the 
Legislative Committee, Citizenship 
Committee, and Student Advisory 
Committee offer great diversification 
in the school. The Legislative Com- 
mittee serves as a sounding board in 
which students can confront people 
with school-related problems. The 
Citizenship Committee recognizes 
students throughout the high school 
for strong leadership in community 
affairs, while the Student Advisory 
Committee represents the students at 
the School Committee meetings. All of 
these committees help students ex- 
press their views to the administrators 
of the school. 



Citizenship Commitlee; (left to right) Front Row: Adrian Pullen, Michael Callender, Rick 
HoUis, Salim Mohammed Back Row: Alice Spencer, Tom Welch, Adam Erlich, Patrick Kllle- 
brew. Bob Sullivan, Anne Boffa. 






144/COMMITTEES 



Student Advisory Committee; (left to right): Michael Callender. Matt Urquhart. Ma 
Guetersloh. 




rama Club; (left to right) First Row: Billy Larkin, Kim Travers, Jimmy Larkin, Matt Huffman, 
Irnda Blair, Chritianne Castro. Second Row: Kathy McGovern, Mike Rosenburg, Roberta 
ranca, Kellie Pease, Sarah Robinson, Donald Woodford, Joanne Delaney, Julie Kostishack, 
ndrea Lund, Danny Kennedy. Third Row: Jessica Myers, Sharon Wachsler, Renata Pomponi, 
Lra Kostishack, Patty Sciaraffa, Jill Costello, Julie Mann, Christina Allen, Julie Collins, John 
rimm, Tony Flannagan, Wendy Utley, Bobby Sullivan, Carl Theobald, Rob Flores. 




LUBS 



ebating Club; (left to right) Front Row: Courtney Chubb, Julie Collins, Scott Udell. Back Row: 
izabeth Colbath, Adam Erlich, Karl Hanf, Matthew Alperin. 




lath League; (left to right): Mrs. CoUey, John Spencer, Brenda Sayles. Adam Erlich. Pamela 

'/ingood. 



The Drama Club, Debating Club, 
and Math League, like the committees, 
serve as an integral part of Bedford 
High. Each of these three organiza- 
tions is vastly different in what they 
entail yet all there share some com- 
mon ground. They, like any other ex- 
tracurricular activity, provide an 
organized method of having fun and 
they provide an important outlet for 
students. All clubs are available to all 
grades and they provide a diversifica- 
tion from sports. 



CLUBS 145 




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FS 



The American Field Service club is 
the group that plans the activities for 
the AFS student(s). Students come 
from different countries to learn about 
the American culture. Through the 
years the AFS club at Bedford has al- 
ways been very successful. Unfortu- 
nately the club did not find a family 
early enough last year to host an AFS 
student. However the fun activities 
have continued and a search is being 
conducted to find a family to host a 
student for next year. 

This year the new advisor, Mrs. 
Raines, has been very helpful. She has 
helped organize the club to get more 
students involved. Also helping were 
the five club officers: Christine Foerst, 
president, Louise O'Hara and Uli 
Reinisch, co-vice presidents, Cheryl 
Millman, secretary, and Noelle Mar- 
cotte, treasurer. 

This year AFS had a popcorn sale at 
football games where a lot of the 
members participated. Also the Inter- 
national Weekend was held December 
7-9. This is an event that brings AFS 
students staying in the surrounding 
towns to join in the AFS activities 
with the Bedford club members for the 
weekend. 

1) Fabrice, a student from France, in one of his 
wilder moments. 

2) Jose' Lira talks with Julia Thomas at an AFS 
party. 

3) Uli Reinisch poses with Slim, a friend from 
Tunisia. 



46/AFS 




AFS; (left to right) Front Row; Michele Hirsch, Carolyn Matthew^,. Neil C> .. -Kiureei 
McCullough, Carolyn Nawoichyk, Brenda Sears, Noelle Marcotte, Christine Foerst, Loui<' 
O'Hara, Julia Thomas, Julie Vinyard, Maureen Cappezutto, Sally Avey, Pat Shaw, Sue Asbedian 
Second Row: Lisa Linz, Christine DuPont, Allison McLaughlin, Crystal Murphy, Marian Zuck 
ermann, Kristin Hocker, Heather Johnson, Kirsten Ebersol, Kara Flynn, Renata Pomponi, Mik^ 
Callender, Russ Degregory, Mark Guetersloh, Nathalie Weicker. Third Row: Debbie Boudreau 
Robin Folweiler, Christianne Castro, Lindi Ricci, Sheila McCravy, Alice O'Hara, Matt Alpirin 
Stephanie Mierzykowski, Lore Fields, Todd Mastrorilli, Brenda Orris, Chris Marcotte. Christin. 
Allen, Linda Blair, Melissa Gette. 




i) National Honor Society; (left to right) Front Row: Jeanette Moreau, Cheryl Knell, Wendy 
Jtley, Judy Bartholomew, Lynne Telford, Brenda Sayles. Back Row: Raj Sundra, Pamela Win- 
;ood, Scott Sevier, John Grimm, Cynthia Edwards, Denise Shafer, Louise O'Hara, Eric Benson, 
■ernando Catalina, Ann Whiting. 

i) inductees; (left to right) Front Row: John Solomonides, Christopher Smith, Paul Castro, 
lichard Mollis, Achintya Goel. Second Row: Christine McGovern, Lauren Heggestad, Kristin 
iocker, Karen Zolnay, Nicole Cassidy, Kristen Yatskow, Tracey McCardle, Yael Kupeic, Rcnat.i 
*omponi. Back Row: Christine Martell, Christine Linz, Denise Paganis, Debbie O Neil, Jenny 
klaxon, Uli Reinisch, Kara Whiting, Debbie Fiorino, Veronica Welch, Chris Massa, Steven 
Jishop, Scott McArdle, Doug Elder. 



HS 



The Bedford High School chapter of 
National Honor Society is an organi- 
zation of upperclassmen selected on 
the basis of scholarship, character, 
community service, and leadership. 

The main function of NHS is as a 
community service group. An exam- 
ple of these services is the selling of 
refreshments to those taking adult 
education courses at BHS. With the 
profits from this activity, the NHS 
sponsors an orphan. Another of the 
community services NHS provides is 
to work in the American Heart Associ- 
ation's annual phon-a-thon. This in- 
volves calling companies and 
residents in Bedford requesting dona- 
tions to benefit the research of heart 
disease. 

This year NHS has done something 
which it has not done in the past 
years. The organization held the annu- 
al induction ceremonies for new mem- 
bers in December instead of May. The 
reason for the early induction was to 
allow qualified seniors to list National 
Honor Society on their credentials for 
college applications. The early induc- 
tion also increases the number of stu- 
dents in the society thus making it 
possible for the organization to serve 
their committments more efficiently. 
NHS provides a way for students to be 
a contributing part of our society. 

1) Fernando Catalina and Lynne Telford exam- 
ining the infamous coffee pot. 

2) Co-presidents Brenda Sayles and Pamela 
Wingood. 

3) Treasurer Cheryl Knell speaks on 
scholarship. 

4) Karen Zolnay accepting her certificate. 



NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 147 



ELE-MEDIA 



Back in 1976 Tele-Media was cre- 
ated by the successful talents of 
three people: Jim Shea, John Ren- 
nie, and Ron Massa. To this day the 
group has remained together and is 
stronger as a club than ever before. 

In the summer of 1984, Adams- 
Russell Cablevision began to exe- 
cute its plans to install a cable 
television facility in the high 
school. This provided Tele-Media 
with a great opportunity to give the 
school and now the community of 
Bedford as well, better quality pro- 
gramming in all aspects of televi- 
sion production. 

With the new members of the 
club that joined in December of last 
year, training and certification on 
the new equipment has begun and 
new positions have been initiated. 
Nathan Sears, Matthew Urquhart 
and David DiNisco are the first of- 
ficial programming directors of 
Tele-Media. Together their task is, 
with input from the other mem- 
bers, to decide on any issues that 
might arise in the group, and to 
vote on which programs will be 
produced at Tele-Media for 
broadcasting. 

It has been a year of change at 
Tele-Media with the new studio 
and new positions opened. These 
changes however are all for the bet- 
ter. In the past Tele-Media has pro- 
duced such successful programs as 
Starting Point, Ask the Principal, 
BHS Today, and Forum. And with 
the new developments Tele-Media 
will bring the viewing audience 
new types of programs from come- 
dy series to documentaries to the 
continuation of a morning accoun- 
cements show. 

A new era has been ushered in 
and the club will continue to be a 
strong aspect of Bedford High 
School for many years to come. 




1. David Dinisco happily showing off his tape recorder. 

2. Robert Hauge, Nathan Sears, Marc Vadeboncour. 



148/TELEMEDIA 



3. A-V Staff; (Left to right) Top Row: Dr. 

Morse, Robert Hauge, David Dinisco, Marc 
Vadeboncour, Mark Guetersloh, Russ De- 
Gregory, Scott Frazier, Mark Carpenter. 
Front Row: Eric Anderson, Nathan Sears, 
Matt Urquhart, Eugene Holmstead, Kevin 
Mickel, David Greelish, Scott Udell. 




4. The equipment as it looked before the transition. 

5. Mark Guetersloh running the show. 

6. The control board of power. 

7. Just a few of the tapes in Telemedia. 



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RITERS 



Bedford High School saw a 
new name this fall as it got its 
first look, at its newspaper. Last 
year's prototype Emit was 
changed to this year's Blue 
News. Under the direction of se- 
nior co-editors and publishers 
Stacey Swider and John Spencer, 
as well as faculty advisor Mr. 
Desilets, the paper brought a va- 
riety of topics to the student 
body. Articles ranged from the 
famine in Ethiopia to the Doug 
Flutie craze, as well as monthly 
entertainment, advice, and re- 
cord review columns. Contribu- 
tors to the paper were seniors 
Lonnie Murray, Jeanette Mo- 
reau, Eric Benson, Julie Tateo- 
sian, Lynne Telford, and 
Brendan Gaul, as well as sopho- 
more Adam Erlich. 

Parallax is the award-winning 
literary magazine of Bedford 
High School. Published every 
spring, the magazine is a collec- 
tion of poetry, prose, and 
artwork done by members of the 
student body. Led by advisor Mr. 
Desilets, the intimate staff 
works closely to produce notable 
works. This past year, two of the 
contributors, Wendy Utley and 
Brendan Gaul, were awarded 
special recognition for their 
poetry. 



150/BLUE NEWS-PARALLEX 




Blue News Staff: Eric Benson, Julie Collins, Lonnie Murray, Stacy Swider, John Spencer, Adam Erlich 




Parallax Staff: Jim Solomita, Elisa Cranowitz, Anne Solomita 





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Albert Kenney 
Student Government Day Representative 



Lynne Telford 
Massachusetts Girls' State Representative 




1) Two representatives that are also friends. 

2) Lynne Telford with some friends at Girls' State. 



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For one week last June, Lynne 
Telford was a citizen at the 
American Legion Auxiliary's 
Girls' State. The purpose of this 
event was to teach it's partici- 
pants, all girls, not only how 
government is run on the local, 
state and national level, but also 
to let them run a government for 
a day. Every citizen was put into 
either the National or Federal 
party and was given the opportu- 
nity to run for positions ranging 
from dog catcher to governor. In 
order to obtain an office, one had 
to give speeches in front of mem- 
bers of both her own city, as well 
as her party. After all of the posi- 
tions had been filled, the House 
and Senate met to discuss nu- 
merous bills which had been 
sent in earlier by citizens of 
Girl's State. That night, the gov- 
ernor and her council met to veto 
or pass the bills. 

Another program similar to 
Girls' State is Student Govern- 
ment Day. This activity elects a 
representative to participate in 
State Government Affairs for a 
day. Bedford High this year 
elected Al Kenney to represent 
the school in this statewide pro- 
gram. The students are matched 
up with a legislator and they per- 
form their duty on a chosen day. 
A five day seminar program is 
required in which the students 
visit the state, research their can- 
didate, make up bills and per- 
form mock sessions. 



REPRESENTATIVES/151 



ENGLAND'S PRINCE 
HARRY — Charles and 
Diana had a second son, 
Prince Harry, third in line for 
succession to the British 
throne. 

WORLD SERIES FOR THE 
TIGERS — The Detroit 
Tigers beat the San Diego 
Padres four gannes to one 
to win the 1984 World 
Series. 

LIBERTY GETS A 
FACE LIFT — After 98 years 
of wear, the Statue of 
Liberty began receiving 
badly needed repairs, 
Including new iron supports 
and a new gold-plated 
torch. 



SPACE WALK — Mission 
specialists aboard the 
Shuttle Challenger used 
manned maneuvering units 
to "walk" in space 
independent of their 
spacecraft. 

INNOCENT — Former 
automaker John DeLorean 
was acquitted after a long 
and highly publicized trial. 

VICTORY — Michael 
Jackson and his brothers 
performed 55 concerts on 
their massive "Victory Tour" 
throughout the U.S. There 
had been initial controversy 
over high ticket prices. 









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CURRIENT lENIENTS 





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SOVIET FUNERAL — 
Soviet leader Yuri Andropov 
died on Feb. 9 and 
Konstantin Chernenko 
succeeded him. 

OLYMPICS, YUGOSLAV 
STYLE — At the winter 
Olympics in Sarajevo, the 
U.S. netted four gold and 
four silver medals. Scott 
Hamilton won the men's 
figure skating and Steve 
Mahre won the Giant 
Slalom. 



NOT SO TRIVIAL — Trivial 
Pursuit was the game of the 
year. Students at St. Vincent 
College in Latrobe, PA, even 
built a giant board for a 
trivia contest. 

WHO YA GONNA CALL? — 
"Ghostbusters", a comedy/ 
horror movie starring Dan 
Aykroyd, Bill Murray and 
Harold Ramis, was the 
highest grossing movie of 
1984, earning over $200 
million by year end. 

ELECTION '84 — 
Presidential candidates 
Ronald Reagan and Walter 
Mondale took part in two 
televised debates. The 
debates were close; the 
election wasn't. Reagan 
was reelected by a wide 
margin. 

FAMINE IN ETHIOPIA — 
Millions suffered in northern 
Africa from a famine caused 
by several years of drought. 
Belatedly aware of the 
tragedy, leading nations 
rushed food and money to 
the scene. 



C:URI?I=NT l=\1=NTS 



Seniors 
Snow 
Juniors 



Practice makes perfect and the se- 
nior girls sure proved it at the annual 
Powder-Puff football game. After only 
four short weeks of practice, both 
teams came together in an intensely 
competitive clash of emotions and 
bodies. Soon after the game started, 
one could sense the rivalry that built 
up in the weeks prior to the game, es- 
pecially after the juniors beat the se- 
niors in a scrimage. Quickly it became 
apparent that seniors would dominate; 



this proved true as the juniors were- 
crushed by a score of 28-0. Both teams 
were provided with excellent coach- 
ing. The experience and devotion of 
Rob Jacobson, Tim Peucker, John Bel- 
lino, and Eric Benson brought about 
an awesome victory. The game would 
not have been complete without the 
spirit and enthusiasm provided by the 
senior's cheerleaders, Rob Kelnhofer 
and Doug Blair. 





Senior Powder Puff Team: first row: Eric Ben- 
son co-captains Maureen Boyle, Sue Petrecca, 
Joanne Mclvilie, Tim Peucker. second row: John 
Bellino, Rob Jacobson, Trish Mackintosh, Tina 
Collyer, Diana Birmingham, Marcy Goyette. 
third row: Monica Sharpe, Michele Rennie, Deb 
Delfino, Sue Riley, Noelle Marcotte, Christine 
Sarno, Shannon Ericson, Mary-Ellen Colliton, 
Louise O'Hara, Gina Bumann, Lisa Lcong, Joni 
Montemagno, Riye Yukawa, Caren Manning, 
and Casey Jackelen. 

1. Casey, Tina, and Diana show the spirit that 
helped the seniors win the game. 



2. Debbie Delfino concentrates on running the 
ball. 

3. Doug Blair and Rob Kelnhofer put the Dallas 
Cowboy Cheerleaders to shame. 

4. Kathy Sutton-are you trying to hug Gina or 
get the ball away from her? 

5. Maybe if you just stretched a little bit farther 
Sue. 

6. Rob Jacobson offers an encouraging word to 
the senior team. 

7. The Seniors cheering on their teammates. 

8. Tracy McArdle tries to break away from the 
senior defense. 



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OURNAMENT OF PLAYS 



Comedies ruled the evening at the 
annual Tournament of Plays Compe- 
tition presented by the Drama Club 
on Friday November 2, 1984 at the 
BHS auditorium. One of the comedies 
- "Antic Spring" - captured the Best 
Production award and its director, se- 
nior Joanne Delaney, was named Best 
Student Director by the panel of 
judges. 

Like the Musical, the Tournament 
of Plays has become something of an 
annual tradition at BHS. The Tourna- 
ment is a competition wherein each of 
the four classes presents a one-act 
play, to run no longer than 40 min- 
utes. Each play is then viewed by a 
panel of judges, with awards given for 
Best Actor & Actress, Best Supporting 
Actor & Actress, Best Newcomer, and 
Best Student Director. 

Because of the ensemble nature of 
the plays this year, two Best Permor- 
mances by an Actor and Actress were 
given out in place of the Best Support- 
ing categories. Senior Mike Sullivan 
and sophomore Jim Larkin won Best 
Actor, while sophomore Lynda Blair 
and senior Sarah Robinson were the 
recipients on the distaff side. Fresh- 
man Jessica Meyers was named Best 
Newcomer of the tournament. 





1) Junior class participants: Veronica Welch, 
Kim Travers, Kelly Pease, and Roberta Branca. 

2) Freshmen at "The Drive-In" Julie Brill and 
Bob Sullivan 

3) John Grimm nervously awaits the axe to fall 
from Mike Sullivan's hands. 

4) Best play-Sophomores: Jim Larkin, Bill Lar- 



kin, Christianne Castro, Lynda Blair and Nancy 
Woodford. 

5) Joanne Delaney proudly accepts "Best Direc- 
tor" 

6) Advisor to the Drama Club, Miss Elaine Gid- 
dis announces the results. 



156/TOURNAMENT OF PLAYS 



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WHAT A NIGHT! 



The American Legion Hall came alive on December 
23, 1984 as it held Bedford High School's Jr.-Sr. Semi 
Formal. Hosted by the junior and senior class, the 
dance offered a relaxing atmosphere to those who were 
ready for the Christmas break. After going out to din- 
ner at a nearby resteraunt or a date's house, couples 
flocked to the hall. People easily took to the floor to 
dance the night away to music provided by a D.J. 

The attire for the evening was varied. Girls wore 
dresses from the newest dropped waist style to the 
more old-fashioned Gunny Sacks. The guys, on the 
other hand, stuck to the more traditional suit and nar- 
row tie, with a few wearing vests and bow ties. Even 
senior class advisor Mr. Patuleia and the sophomore 
refreshment hostesses were all spiffied up. 





1. Jeff French, Sue Dameron, Seamus Garrett, Nicole Cassidy. 

2. Maureen Boyle and friend. 

3. Joanne Melville, David DiNisco 



158/SEMI-FORMAL 




1. Carl Theobald, Sharon Wachsler, Michael Rosenberg. 2. Michael Rosenberg, 
Christina Allen. 3. Joanne McDonough looking sinister. 4. Ms. Ciddis, Christina 
Allen, Mathew Huffman, James Larkin, Joanne McDonough, Jackie Weicker, Bill 
Larkin, First Row: Carl Theobald, Sharon Wachsler, and Michael Rosenberg. 



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How does the name Egbert van Horn grab you? That 
is the name of the villain in the old-fashioned melodra- 
ma "Curse You, Jack Dalton!" performed by the BHS 
Drama Club on January 22. 

Under the direction of Elaine Giddis, the cast treated 
the audience to a hilarious show. The spectators that 
night were outgoing and enthusiastic, which was great 
because an old-fashioned melodrama needs lots of au- 
dience participation. 

The play is about the forces of good: our manly hero 
"Jack Dalton", and the forces of evil: "Egbert van 
Horn" (alias Hector Harcourt). The evil villain threat- 
ens to have our heroine "Bertha Blair" committed to an 
insane asylum if she does not run away with him. But 
don't dispair folks, there is still a sign of hope. Our 
manly hero could overthrow this fiend, or maybe he 
could be demolished by this treacherous, deep-eyed 
villain. 

The timing of the actors that night was perfect, and 
in order of appearance they were: Sharon Wachsler 
(Mrs. Dalton), Joanne McDonough (Anna Alvarado), 
Cristina Allan (Bertha Blair), Michael Rosenberg (Jack 
Dalton), Carl Theobald (Egbert van Horn), Jim Larkin 
(Richard Blair), and Jackie Weicker as (Eloise Dalton). 



CURSE YOU, JACK DALTON/159 



GUYS, GUYS, 
GUYS . . . 
GIRLS, GIRLS, 
GIRLS . . . 

One of the most popular activities in high school 
is watching. Television, fashion trends, and music 
videos have always been favorites, but by far the 
ultimate subjects to watch are members of the oppo- 
site sex. Guys constantly check, out girls and vice 
versa. Informal polls around BHS revealed that girls 
and guys usually gaze at the same qualities in ea- 
ch other. Nice hair, clothes, and an attractive face 
seem to be what instantly get the attention of both 
sexes. 

BHS students also had their eyes other places than 
on their peers at school. This year, like many years, 
fantasies flourished among much of the female pop- 
ulation. Teen idols such as John Stamos, Mel Gib- 
son, Matt Dillon, and Tom Cruise had their pictures 
pinned to a great number of lockers belonging to 
besotted teenagers. On the other hand, select pages 
torn out of the swimsuit issue of Sports Illustrated 
were proudly showcased next to snapshots of Chris- 
tie Brinkley and other cover girls in many lockers 
belonging to male students. 




1) Nat Brady looking cool. 

2) Cheryl Donahue, Holly Corcoran, Mary-Beth Conway, and Diana Birmingham all 
looking . . . sexy! 



160/GUYS AND GIRLS 




1) Debbie Delfino and Sue Petrecca smile at all the 3) Jim O Shaugnessy and Tine Neil liking each other, 
boys. 4) Mel Gibson: the super hunk. 

2) Scott McAardle: every girl's dream. 5) Fernando Catalina: the well-dressed man. 




Photo Credits: Burlington Studios, Larry Crowe, 
Gerry Gallagher, Denise Raines, Joe Patuleia, 
Dorothy Hovsepian. Contributing Staff Mem- 
bers: Kerri Burke, Donald Woodford, Jennifer 
Lund, Ann Solomita, Karen Zolnay, Eric Ben- 
son, Jay Schoendorf, Renata Pomponi, Jeanette 
Moreau, Yael Kupiec, John Spencer, Lisa Linz, 
Tony Flanagan, Jill Costello, Linda Ricci, Sara 
Robinson, Pam Wingood, Polly Sandford, Den- 
ise Shafer. Opening page design: Christina Da- 



vis. Sales Staff: Adrienne Tsang, Lisa Leong, 
Chris Manning, Terry Poole, Elizabeth Colbath, 
Michelle Stuart, Courtney Chubb, Becky 
O'Donnell, Jennifer Sutton. 

1) Rob Jacobson and Cheryl Knell toasting the 
yearbook's end at restaurant Pier 4. 

2) Kerri Burke hard at work. 

3) Louise O'Hara and Lynne Telford at an every- 
day yearbook meeting. 



Lynne Telford 

Editor 



162/SlGNUM STAFF 




Albert Kenney 
Editor 



Adrian Sevier 

Editor-in-Chief 




SIGNUM 
STAFF 



The 1985 yearbook staff has been 
tremendous despite its lack of size. 
The few dedicated members that did 
help were incredible. The editors: Rob 
Jacobson, Cheryl Knell, Al Kenney, 
Noelle Marcotte, Louise O'Hara and 
Lynne Telford all did tremendous 
amounts of work and you should all 
be proud. And Kerri Burke, believe me 
you were never forgotten! Despite the 
fact you're technically not an editor, 
your work was invaluable and all of us 
"big shots" really appreciate it. 

Signum, Volume II has been the 
most costly, most graphic, most diffi- 
cult book ever done at BHS. Accom- 
plishing such a feat took hundreds of 
hours and thousands of hard earned 
dollars. Without our publishing rep- 
resentative, John Neister, none of the 
complexity of this book would have 
been possible. John, your ideas and 
your imaginative sense gave all of us 
editors inspiration. Thank-you! 

Mrs. Hovsepian .... what a gal! If 
you decide to retire from yearbook at 
the end of this year, I'm glad you wait- 
ed (although you know you'll never 
quit yearbook). And my fellow stu- 
dents, believe me, English teachers are 
human too! They gossip more than 
freshman girls! But not to slander just 
English teachers, foreign language 
teachers are pretty good gossipers 
themselves. Mrs. Raines . . . you're 
just a wild and crazy girl! 

And to the rest of my meager staff, 
the odds and ends writers, the copier 
overers, thanks for the help you gave. 
And to everyone who had any part in 
this book, "You're all soft!" 

— Scott 



Mrs. Hovsepian 

Advisor 



Mrs. Raines 

Business Advisor 



■ 



SIGNUM STAFF/IM 



REATING THE YEARBOOK 

Contrary to popular belief, the year- 



book does not begin production in the 
fall of each year. This year's book was 
started in the preceeding spring with 
meetings to decide on a theme and the 
senior class picture. Throughout the 
summer, seniors had their individual 
pictures taken at Burlington Studios. 
Also, thes past summer Al Kenney, 
Noelle Marcotte, Louise O'Hara, Scott 
Sevier and Lynne Telford spent three 
days at Bryant College in Rhode Is- 
land participating in Josten's Year- 
book Workshop. 

During the three days, each of the 
editors went to workshops dealing 
with the originating of lay-outs, copy 
preparation, picture taking, color and 
other areas that are needed to develop 
a successful yearbook. The group met 
with a professional artist to design the 
cover and divider sheets, as well as 
with our representative to design ideas 
in which to design the our theme. The 
editors also did several practice lay- 
outs and copy, along with a layout of 
the color section. When the editors 
weren't in a class or doing a layout, 
there were plenty of people to meet, 
toga parties, volleyball games, and 
places to see. 

Going to the workshop gave this 
year's staff a distinct advantage, so 
that when yearbook started up again 
in September, the staff knew what 
they wanted to do as well as many of 
the basics needed to do it. 




1) Tools of the trade. ^ — — Z 

2) Guidelines for the yearbooker. 

3) Al Kenrxey proudly displaying one of the 
memories of a yearbook workshop. - 

I) 

164/YEARBOOK H^^^^M 




1 




What yearbook could exist 
without the inevitable adver- 
tisements? Even though it 
may seem like a mundane sec- 
tion in 1985, as we get older 
we will look back at the good 
wishes from local stores and 
companies with fond remem- 
brance of the community sur- 
rounding BHS. 

This year the advertisement 
section in the yearbook will 
be a little more personal than 
in the past. Signum has given 
parents and students opportu- 
nities to give the Class of 1985 
special wishes for success in 
the future in the form of ad- 
vertisements. Buy-a-lines, 
from those students who 
wanted to express a few 
thoughts to friends, also ap- 
pear in this section. Because 
the people to whom they are 
addressed are the only ones 
who are able to decipher many 
of the buy-a lines, they are 
one of the most interesting 
sections of the yearbook. The 
Community section this year, 
therefore, enables graduates 
to recall both the Bedford 
community and their friends 
and family. 



COMMUNITY/165 



BUY-A-LINES 



Concord Bridge-climbed any statues 
lately ?-ssshhh!-Wipeout-Who painted 
The bleachers (oh those feet)-Cow and 
Dairy Farm-Quarters-Thumper-Gonga 
Bear-The leetle boy who talks too 
much-Grandmas Chicken Paptikca- 
burnt cookies & cold potatoes-This is 
silly-Trust me this is great-Chi-Chis-so 
whose birthday is it?-Chocolate cake- 
you guys are queers-Fourth of July-the 
sneaker-well never make it back alive- 
were relatives of John Williams-Stand 
still for the National Anthem-Im not 
mad at you! You're mad at me! The Big 
Misunderstanding!-Patriotic Trivia- 
Hey you dropped your wallet-Dead 
Bugs-Committee meetings-Don't take a 
picture of my feet-you didn't tell him 
we were from North Carolina-Dumb 
Blond Geeks-The Pussycat Theatre- 
THAT'S the cemetary-Id like to make a 
piblic service announcement-I make 
backpacks for a living-Where's John- 
he just pulled into the driveway-Feb.ll- 
National Pretty Girl Day-1 hear its 
going to be a nice day tomorrow-Hoo- 
ver the seal-Repo Man-Who did we 
have to rewind the beginning of Porkys 
for?-Girls State Essay-So were your 
parents, huh?Emma-Taking pictures 
with Santa four times-Im getting a 
chest for Christmas-Im out of Miracle 
Whip-If it rains we can use her dress as 
an umbrella-We re closed-Time to im- 
plement plan C-Bishop Tutu-You 
WILL be a priest-correction, THE 
POPE-You obviously dont understand 
the problem, and 1 dont need sugges- 
tions from a little twit-Bass, Tenor, alto, 
soprano, monotone-scavenger Hunt- 
You really got a ticket? Thats no tomato 
from Papa Ginos-Who caused the fire 
at McDonalds?-Grand Slam breakfast- 
The mousse has ... in it-Im driving- 
Should he come-lets vote on it-west 
wing-A quarter of a million people and 
they find us • BHS-Best of luck Dr.Lt, 
"The Bowens girls "! Caspers the 
Friendly Ghosts; SS: That Jazz feeling 
(where is it)!? Keep burning thermom- 
eters! SR: Marger-Scotch(Keeps the 
"BOYS "QUIET) girl talk! Keep sing- 
ing; JD: " Yokahantas ", AlKaly Battery! 
Want my lime sweater? Crotched 
Trips(Raisinets), affairs to spare, Yes 
that's Sean Connery, Hampton Beach, 
oatmeal puffs & gum, vivious Ephram 
waitress. Wed. Yacht Races(those deck 
apes) Quebec83, Kleptoband, vocab de 
Francais, white elephant coinesseurs, 
friends forever; PG: Vive la France(et- 
LIBLIV)! "Alex & Chantelle "Lady 
Bumble, Peking Garden?! See you in 
the Caribbean! JO: Bond Movies, re- 
hearsals, bunnies & guinea pigs don t 
mix! Trust & love, '84 Cruise! -I Love 
You All-Julie K • Deedseil-Bet u didnt 
xpect this, we Bahama mamas must act 
spontaneously! TMCFCXPED-Walley- 
ball & NH/4ever! Ba & Ma! • To: JK, 
LT, AL, JC. WU, SR, EB, TC-have a ball 
at college-I ll miss you. Love you all-Jo. 
To: RD, MT, JM, CH, JD, NW, LH-its's 



been real. Be good-jo. JK-thanx for let- 
ting me be a deck monkey. SF, JC, CK- 
PH-AUGH! SF-who (or what) are you 
staring at?! JC, CK-Humilities lives! 
CK-what should I make? JM, MY, "I 
would vury muck lak tu meet yu", 
"where did I get these grass stains?", 
"have a frozen hot dog roll " , FOOT- 
LOOSE!, Steve Perry rules; " who . . on 
JM's rug?'"; love ya and remember, 
mousse and DEP cure all hair ills. -JO; 
To MA (alias Tom Sawyer)-! may be 
leaving but you're not rid of me yet. 
Thanks for making life more bearable 
with: "quality ", "prime ", "awesome ", 
"badoy", "'you're a banana", and 
"you're a flem ". GOOD LUCK, LOVE, 
Jo (P.S. Keep up the Kazoo!!) • Jimmy- 
llove you! Wendy Sue Utley • Neverne- 
verland P. Y.O.C. -cherry koolaid, light 
force. Kids Praise 3! All my kids! Tad, 
you re mint! Awesimnity! John, Safe- 
guard and a big hug! Groovy-Doo- 
vyG.Q. Bird-Billy, 1-4-3! Marcy & 
Trish, we made it! Don t forget. Hans- 
com. Baby New Year & Father Time, 
Canada, Tenn., Christmas Eve Trishs' 
house, sweetbread & soup! Smurfs-Car- 
ebears-Unicorns. Powder Puff, Sum- 
mer, Softball and T-BONE! Memories 
of Love! DS-LD-NW-AE-EE-TG-PG- 
MC-KS-VT-RT-BG-JF-DB-KC-RJ- 
Chew-Dew-Val-Mom-Dad. I Love You! 
• T and M we made it. New Years 84 
Gonno have a party! Baby New Year, 
Father Time. T"s Xmas party w/elves. 
T-lets start earlier or else I won t be 
goin to the prom. SCUBA M-runaway 
skier. G.Q.Bird. Powderpuff. Senioritis. 
8th grade-SR, SB, TF, RK, MM, SP, KS, 
KH, DH, -Graduation song. BB-Florida, 
Washington, Tenn., Canada. Awesim- 
nity sorry Crystal, and Pam.-Thanks-I 
love you guys. • Benny-Ohhnoo! uhoh! 
I loveya! 4th and Is, Floyd, Barking, 
Riding, B-man, Front-leaning rest posi- 
tion-the VW, Fiat, Nova, Camaro-we 
love! Wait a second. You guys are b ... . 
!-Cookie jar, the lake, Woburn Purity- 
Chicken-Bellinos, Carlas, Frenis, 
Courtneys-Clydes route Doctors-To- 
gas-Women!rack of lamb??? Smug- 
glers-Baseball in A wing-Sab-jackle 
cards: Johnny-a mere flesh wound! I 
dont want to go on the cart-gas mask- 
rock DJ-4am: URB-Cleaning-Daves 
car-vacums-water-call218-scurbs: Bob- 
Uhhh! oh no! Whit-Iloveya-dude-Elton 
John-Boston Videos- fishing- camp- 
ing- dancing: Di-Ill never forget you 
kiddo! I love you cant help it! Never 
forget-NH-MAPS-tennis-Red Sox-you 
& I-lets go to New Zealand!-Our first 
embrace your smile-my eyes-magnets- 
magic-writing in the snow-silliness- 
goofslm sorry-Weekenders. • C down 
the track in barefeet! C ya bye CP & RC 
at axxon "Caddyshack " TJs in CPs 
truck. Your ponytail, my earring Get- 
ting—cause we were ignored what a 
hostess. Poor Odie Get rid of the evi- 
dence! Shake it Sue! We were the only 
one"s to laugh. That s why they call it 



166/The Community 





1. Keith Cooney, Darren Hallaway, Paul Drake and Steve 
Moore 4. Theresa Hicks studying in the library. 3. Jill Costel- 
lo, Tricia Conway, Susan Reynolds, Cheryl Millman, Karen 
Cierpial, Kara Flynn and Linda Ricci. 4. Mrs. Donovan at the 
Senior Picture set. 5. Sheri Geary and Lisa Snapp. 6. Barry 
Yaceshyn-Flash thoee pearlies! 7. Rob Kelnhofer, Doug Blair, 
Louise O'Hara and Noelle Marcotte. 



the blues! Always showing up at my 
house w-out me Now you know wer the 
key is! Banana Cream Pie sir. LS get out 
of HD closet and . . . your benched, your 
center, your MVP and Im cap Honk 
honk! Fri Santa Chris. At BL our bottles 
to that man No sharks'n beaver wake. 
HD and my heart goes bmpbmp. C&J a 
truck or motorcycle? Huey and the 
cape. Renes not coming with us! Moo- 
shyooshy. Salisbury 2 girls green car 
CYaBYE! Scarface! Get your own key to 
my house you already have a tooth br 
wha time is it? 151! 86! Thanks you 
guys let the goodtimes roll! Love SM • 
Dear friends: Remember the good 
times: CE-I don't want to learn break- 
fast, pictures from your party at prom- 
nite, MC-I want to go to Maine, driving 
endlessly with GC & JB, the cemeteries, 
SA-Rides to school, quit Macs, mom 
and dad, GC-It's not worth $10, bowl- 
ing, EG-I don't understand do you?, 
AS-I can't stand GC he's so obnoxious. 
I'll miss you all! • M&M Those sum- 
mers . . . who can forget them?!? B/F/F, 
Luv Cal CR Any plans?! Cal MC are 
you hungry?! Let's go! Cal Wally 
MLMMMRLAMFMTDAMGFG- 
JAMDCHS RIF • Junior yr, never for- 
get it! SM's lost earing-Ponytails- 
Caddyshack- Get rid of evidence-wont 
come off! Thats why they call it the 
blues! Color of the truck-1-12 check the 
car-B's car -C's truck-Great hostess-be- 
ing chased-running over s-not the 
bathroom? Home for little wanderers- 
the cork that broke-SM well always be 
BF! Screaming out the window-Mc- 
Donalds 1999-to all the good times to 
come-A-wing-Lisa get out of HDS clos- 
et and Good Harbor Beach • To all 

our friends: EG, GC, AS, GR, CN, SB 
JB(1), jB(2), LN, CP, PG, DB, CR, SM, 
TW, AK, JG, JE, DW, AM, AB, 
CDMJW(God), EP, TL, AB Remember: 
C'est la vie! I don't wanna go to Physics. 
Buns in a box. Promnite 'S Cindy's, we 
have to have— first. They're all — . 
What are 3 types of rocks? Candi's cu- 
cumber, Mom-Tell her not to pick on 
me! Ouija, Trivial Pursuit, green 
M&M's, sunburns. New Year's Day. 
Blue light specials, get an attitude. Chi- 
nese food 3 times 3 weeks (in a box). Jim 
& his munchkins & coloring books. 
Tim & Ed (AKA Road & Track), Lynn's 
2 hrs. down Bunny-slope. Macs Xmas 
'83 Mo's tux, get off my feet! Marks 
dance slimeball. The plastic look is in. 
"fire'Thanks for the good times-you 
guys are the best! Fifi, Buns, Mum, Mo 
Lisa(grandma) get out of my doset- 
NOW! I wont take off on you ! might 
put you thru the windshield though-A 
for effort for that one-is it a bit too nip- 
py out here? The Bruins game- 
Ban. Crm. Pie sir-Thanx & Love ya 
Always-Heather-— • Brenda-looks like 
we made it through the year all by our- 
selves. We even enjoyed ourselves a bit. 
Driving into school (on sidewalks or 
stalling lot)-DunkinDonuts. Lunch- 



oreo cookies, turkey sandwiches. You 
didn't want to go to the party-hoo- 
driders. SM and his notes. You made 
the rest choice. Good luck in College 
and God bless. NM Rene-Snakes, Chi- 
nese food, exploding cars &. secret code 
names. Notes in Geo, lunch in USHis. 
SFBCT both. The horse and her dance. 
Tournament of Plays. Lisa-working 
w/ you has been real. J D and me-so con- 
fusing. Good luck at college, w/BY & 
JD. TP will never know what he 
missed. Christina-Adv.Bio. would not 
have been the same w/o U. Abercrom- 
by will miss us when we are gone. 
Thanx for putting up w/me as your 
Gym partner. Best of luck in whatever 
you decide to do. To all my fellow year- 
book editors: I can't believe we actually 
made it. It was hard but will always be 
treasured. NM • Susan(bubby) the 
Cape 83 & 84, the rubber boat & the 
compass lounge, mooo & Huey You 
have your foot on the brake dont you? 
Then why are we here?dadmp-dadmp- 
Salisbury & Hampton-Does not mat- 
ter-Mochachip-maybe we could walk to 
school together on Monday-C&J? S&J? 
(Sorry about that one!)Home for little 
wanderers-go away little girls-we lived 
through this wicked nightmare-Thanx 
for everything (is your car really poses- 
sed?)Love Cleo • L.M.-Dear Abbey, 
C'est la vie, what time will she come 
today?. Be kind to your fellow employ- 
ees (tempertantrum) Father Joe and Mr. 
Manager. Auntie M.C.-Will she ever 
shut up? How many more days until 
Quebec?, Let's go to N.H., gym with 
C.R.-How can she shoot that 
way?/S. A. -Dinner With Guy and 
Glenn, economics/E.G.-Did you bring 
your books today?. How's the weather 
report?. Do you really care about him?, 
B.B.A. From F.C./To everyone from 
Mac s-thanks for the great times-Hos- 
tage situations, our picture, and the 
great white whale. Love Mom • 
ML4ever Mark ILY: M, D&J; Wish me 
luck! • T.F.,B.M.,J.C.,S.F. Born in the 
USA They're going down-Mac runs-10 
in 1 car-moons playing f.ball-BHS Su- 
per Band is the Best-Thanks cool se- 
niors Its been real-From: JD, CH • 
AP-FGF Pinest oopsacop lost n Waylnd 
I wanna kill MB hunky-RQ, CH-Tap 
lac STKATTCK what a hunk of meat 
2Tontes Pusface u in blu-RQ/AM- 
Ballpk figs CC, smellin musk I wanna 
rock w/u Gimmedolla, casual sx. we- 
fall = bull-RQ/LLHeres 2 Filene s Alex 
don't ti my coat ur dirty fudge brkn car- 
RQ/NM-SFBCT dont eva brg live 
snakes 2 my house agn-RQ/TN-Good 
times past 12yrs next few 2-RQ GC- 
Cvl Bio no nois sta wgns drcd kaz zo- 
min hem attk RQ Sue D-Bab*l, Men 
get a hot pink RQ/Crystal-Stories- 
RQ/State-Urand always will be ya dev- 
il-RQ • Hi T.C.! Love ya! Mom maroon 
huh • WPOD! What do you want from 
life? Thanks to ZIF, WSU, M GH' V. 
the channel Spinal Tap? JPC at MSP? 

The Cominunily/167 






Hey ho let's go! New cars? Eyebrows? 
MT, NW, SK, JD, CH, HF, etc. I love 
you all JGC, Thanx for some warm 
nights. Grimmis? You and I can change 
the world-Rabbi • BOCA Lounge, 
BCBama, Florida, Maine Bruins, Cele- 
brations, Fee, FO, MR, BW, PB • 
ATWAS! Have fun Rabbi MT TF CH 
JD JM SP NW EA HF BITUSA TGD!! 
Quantum GH • Jo D!BJF; let, tuh-hut, 
S.Walsh, Topsfield fair. Wind & Choir. 
Thanx for always being there-you're 
my best friend! WU/SEHwhat can I 
say? UR a part of me &; I will MISS U! 
But be strong-the wind is at our backs . 
. . Roo/LMT-tough to say g'bye after 12 
years! Since Mr. Marchi we've been 
thru so much! Thanx & lotsa love- 
Freunde sind freunde fur immer.Wen- 
dy/BDS-Germany's the best & soRU! 
Thanx 4 putting up w/me. GCYG good 
times-winter retreat '84! I'll see U 
again-God bless! W Sue? Everyone 
else-I'm out of $, so; THANKS esp. to 
Rennie &. my good friendsUknow who 
ur I'll miss U all, GLluck always all my 
love WSU Gumby-Thank You ! And 
you're good!!! K.Z. -Llamas forever J.D. 
thanks a lot Love you all M T. • Heath- 
er you dont use generic toilet paper 
Love Beat • Hey, I don't know about 
you, but I have had the best four yrs.- 
and it is all because of you! Thank you 
everyone! Holly, you are just too much 
like me-stop it-do you have my brain? 
You are the best friend anyone could 
ever have! I love ya! Laura, you like yel- 
low? Thank you for being there always! 
Julie T., we have had just too much gig- 
gle juice! Julie C, or shall I say "trap- 
per"? You've always been there to make 
me laugh! Marybeth, we ve had the 
best! Diana, I'll need your smile always! 
Tina, Chid Chu Cho Chat Chary Chad 
Cha Chittle Cham ? and Riye, you're 
terrific! I love you, and we'll remain se- 
cret Santas forever! Good luck every- 
one! Cheryl • Thanks to Al JC JD JK 
for a great start at BHS! Eureka you are 
a great friend, I'll always love you. 
Kathy you're a beautiful person and a 
great co-capt. Christine thanks for be- 
ing my friend. Monica, Monica Sharpe 
you're mint! Al keep up the spirit! Joni 
Merry X-mas! MB HC CD LL DB GB JC 
CM MC LL TC JM thanks for listening 
to my problems or letting me make you 
laugh. Dan you have been a terrific 
friend. Dr. Manning thanks for every- 
thing. Soccer players (you know who 
you are) thanks for the fun! Don and 
^arry you guys made ski team great. 
Ski Team Yeh! Chris you mean so much 
to me I'll love you forever. I'll never 
forget the great times at BHS! Good 
luck to all! I love you all-TINA • We 
made it!! We have had the greatest of 
times CD, LL, DB, JC, RY, MB, TC, JT, 
GB, CF, You all mean so much to me. 
Cheryl, you are the greatest, best friend 
anyone could ever have(don't steel my 
brain); Laura, you are great, we under- 
stand each other real well (GD); JC, you 

168/The Community 



always know how to make everyone 
smile; Di, remember CC, Brigrams, let- 
ters to the editor, and MCIMP; MB, 
don't ever forget pumkin; Tina, 
Thanks, for making me laugh; Riye, 
you're the greatest GC; Tad, you and JC 
are terrific together; Chris you're great, 
mint kid, glad we are friends. Boo, love 
ya' BHS has been great!, because oo all 
of you guys! Loveya, good luck! HC • 
Kez-Many beach runs-butcher knife- 
Did you really see her in Purity that 
night-10023 chicken mcnuggets. Two 
dozen chocolate chip cookies, and a su- 
perball-bathing suit shopping-BDs in 
the field. I never jumped those barriers- 
switching lights-if you really wanted to 
meet the guy all you had to do is ask- 
Andi-7 am goodbyes-nye-Jermy-2am 
bebopping-going home in nightgowns- 
Lets hear it for the boy • I'm so sorry! 
I'm so, so sorry! I;m so, so, so sorry! I'm 
not sorry, Kerri!!! Renata, remember 
Dougie! Heather Dukie Mondays! Nu- 
ke'em, Suzie! Bartholomew! SM CC JB 
RS TF MV NW JM JD C J K D W R J- 
Luv ya-Heath dimples! Stans! The 
meeting place, Carol-luv ya-Heath! 
Sonny! tunafish! Kerri-Dave Smith will 
recognize us this summer! Splat! Some- 
day Tony will go up somewhere!?! Far- 
gin war! Icehole! backpeople - 
HDAVEN • Good luck at college-Tony 
and Judy(balu!) keep in touch! Howdy 
to Polly (camping) and to Heather (New 
Years) Hi-SA, Dimpells; JM Skittles, 
MTV, U2 can feel safe cause Steve'son 
duty! beach! the best of times! love ya 
Thanks for all the good times: CM, 
Mellon, LY'DS (will we make it out?); 
D-per: CJ, LK, TN , AG, PF, MBC; 
BR.WR.; Shoot Ladies, shoot!; Defense 
Rules!-B-ball: Joe, grow out, good luck 
ET, Kristin, Jenn-Love ya. Sis (KM) Ma 
(GB), so many good times: Halloween 
(blue mailbox), Joe, Mur and more! 
Never forget them-Good luck Jeanine 
and baby!!!! • Cheers 2 the soccer para- 
sites! Off 2 the beach we go! Thanks 2 
SP, MB, MR, CS, DD. MR-dont 4get- 
no kissing! DD- "We hate rice! " 2 
Br.Wr: what's up w/the clothes? D-per; 
TN, CJ, PF, AG, CM & MBC-Let s eat & 
talk! F.H.-DEFENSE Rules! LPM-I'll 
never 4get U! We've had the best times! 
U made this year great 4 me! I luv U! 
2PG & JM-the rebel yell 4ever! Beau- 
coup des memories: Je vais vomir! Bon 
cuisine et le Frenchman! W/out U I 
wouldnt have survived! JM, WG, BG, 
SH, LM-U guys R the best! Dont 4get: 
Laneschool, cigars, "he just cant hold 
it! ", my folks R away-PARTY!! • CM-J 
Year Carriages WWT-F, 4M, Mr Euro- 
pean Fingers WAYDM-26? My H Dick 
Semi SP-ears Beach Z0018-WF. Hy- 
drant Ski-W Donuts W-Coats-Its a 
Cop! BC? 5 Bucs LEGS Soc Balloons?!! 
My?-FDLFDD! J-Year Carriages 4.M!" 
"The Bet SKin P-Donuts M-Golf! 
DucJ^-BFN-Name My Bench ET Step 
on U! Mip>. The Chairman W-Coat Bal- 
loons (We don't Care If You Have To 





1. Stacy Smith, Denise Mace, Lynn Valdina and Barbara Vio- 
lette. 2. Michele Ridgley, Marion Zuckerman, Kelly Luter and 
Antoine Montiero. 3. A few underclassmen enjoying BHS 
sports. 4. Geraldine Ferraro awaiting the election results. 5. 
Chelby Blodgett and Carol McClatchey 6. Greg Rotundo 
caught at his locker. 7. Miss "Where's the beef?" seems at 
home with the big buns. 



PC) Table! S&P Shackers! New Years? 
YM! DB The Champ 7/2-Boob Dr. 71 
Math Mr. C & Mrs F Dances B-in Bath- 
room! IZ.- SC-opps! Little one BFS-CM 
SP. MBC.LY.LK.MB.SR.DD. field 
Hockey (quickly) To the Woods C- 
Food! DOES AnyOne Whar\t To Have 
A Deep Discussion? IS THERE A Dif- 
ference? BF-Scoopers-ETLIVEITUP! 
M&K LUVYA! • MA & PA never, ne- 
verland-ocean-wood-Sing Cherry Kool- 
aid & G.M&Ms Think Pink!! Life Is A 
Celebration-I LOVE YOU ALL!! MS- 
BE-LD-AE-CC-JV VT-RT-CD-SM- 
RH-NW-SC-LLL-SG-JC & GOD — 
AND YOU!!! SPAIN!! • Aimless, 
Thanx for always being there, many 
good times-scline,dica, partying with: 
MDSWMS MSBLBL PSJPDR 
RB5MBM LSEFDS JWPBJM DD and 
the whole crew! Bermans, the boys, 
parking spot, Billerica, Weech's parties, 
Mike's & Brian's, CFWV!!! Kimage, 
what would I do without you? How 
convienent, Marshfild, Rog the dog. 
Bob the Banana, drive ins. New Years, 
Rocky Horror, Boston, you scare me!!! 
How Handy, Wow seriously lets party!! 
• Lowfawifit, so many memories! Dud- 
ley, Oliver, Jack! P,X, pillow hugging . . 
. sunbathing on the roof-Birthday bath- 
ing suits!! Thank you for it all! Girls, 
where's your moms?!! I love ya! Thank 
you mom and dad (Guy) for being so 
awesome always! Old Buf (FB) and 
Amiel-drips, I love u! Garfield & Odie 
always in my heart-thank U Scooty 
Cheech, U R my sunshine! Thank U to 
The Spirit of '85-HC, JT, CD, MBC, LL, 
TC, RY-everyone-I'll never forget U! 
Painting the town-soccer parasites!! JS- 
Dick, U made my Physics education! 
Charlie, I'll miss U! Ern, hurts!! Pal for- 
ever, buddy Bert. I luv U! U2GROB! Ba- 
hama, 46ome -TMCFCE XPEDS til 
1999! Thanks 4 everything CM!!! RJ . . . 
Thanx Love always, MC. Mel-thank 
goodness 4 friends. Thank U everyone 
never 4get • Gumby-Thank you! And 
you're good!!! K.Z. -Llamas forever J.D. 
thanks a lot love you all M. T. • Clyde- 
Bagpipes, streetsigns, riding, smug- 
glers, sports, bowls, punkalasset, tying 
Peucker to his bed, wrestling, the cages, 
bringing Kelly skiing, fourth and ones . 
. . the blues brothers-Bob-SS gang, the 
oven, the bird, eating, victory run- 
uuhhh-ohhh-bear, youre lifting-JB, 
student office please-I dont want to go 
on the cart. Juice-get the pitchfork, I see 
one! You are pink Urban-Pucker, youre 
being a good boy Timiny? Clyde-ohh- 
noo-the lake, the cemetary, Marshfield, 
togas, doctors, dressing as women ! 
love you guys • **Robert, SIL-ILY, 
thanks to you most of all for your love, 
don't forget Feb 18 '84 ". . ." all my love 
foreverMichele, LY**Mom-thanks for 
understanding and for being the best I 
love ya-Daughter #3**Mark-thanks 
for making life a bit interesting L/A- 
Shelly**Mike-maybc some day, keep 
in touch, I love ya-Michi **Paler-mem- 



ories are what count, always in my 
thoughts-Michele»* • ''Thanks loall-I 
love ya — remember the good times: 
cape, roof, duck, toothpaste pals, rat- 
ings, engrossed, Maryhada**Mel, Car- 
en'JNRYR Still the best, Glenridge, 
JD, BG, PS, Macs, my house, ski trip, 
retreat, people say we're crazy buf we 
have a lot of fun, what would I do w/o 
you L/A, Goma**Spike-few but fun, 
bday party, dances, long talks about . . . 
Paul, Rob, thanks for being there, L/A, 
MR**Rilamente-So many yrs, DC trip, 
phone calls, Tom, thanks so much, L/A 
Rennimente**CS-I want to party w/u! 
MB, LK-thanks for the smiles and 
laughs**Ana-Banana? Shhh! I heard a 
kick stand, what can I say? Never 
would of made it w/o u, BSTBSM 
FLBDY-Michelery»»Carla John, Urban 
Chris-Best New Year's Eve ever, thanks 
for making it so easy for me to fit in, 
remember the best times, I love ya- 
MR**Benny, Buzzy-twoofakind, good 
luck, you guys are great! Tim-Remem- 
ber: It's casual, don't forget our mutual 
dream** Senior Powder Puf • 



PATRONS 



GOLD 



Mr. & Mrs. Anthony 
Solomita 
Bedford Video 
Bob & Mary Gerbrands 
Gladys Harrison, O.D. 
Weather Services Co. 
Mr. & Mrs. Spencer 
Mr. & Mrs. W. K. Tsang 



BLUE 



Peter & Cynthia Donahue 
Warren & Mary Lou Knell 
Stadium Mobile 



WHITE 



Mr. & Mrs. William Delaney 

Lou & Bobbie Ennis & Family 

Bob Shaffer 

CMSgt. & Mrs. David 

MacKintosh 



Th« Coininunily/169 




Congra tula Hons 

And 



Best Wishes 

To The Class Of 

1985 

From The Class Of 




170/THE COMMUNITY 




DR. & MRS. 
GUY A. MCGARRY 

Best Wishes To The Class Of 
1985 



Kristine, 

I'd like to take this opportunity to let you 
know how special these last 2V2 years have 
been to me. I hope it continues to be 
special 

for a long, long tin\e. I'll always love you! 



John, Rob, Mark, 

What can I say, you guys are the best. 
I love you all. Good Luck. 




love, 
URBAN 



THE CLASS OF 1988 
Would Like To Express 
It's Congratulations To The 



Class Of 1985 



Best Wishes And Good Luck 



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Compliments of 

KENNETH 
KAPLAN, M.D. 



UNDSROG 

'I'l^^jjBI"'" LINDSKOG BALANCING CORP. 



DYNAMIC BALANCING • VIBRATION ANALYSIS 
BALMAC STEWART WARNER SALES 



6 ALFRED CIRCLE 
BEDFORD. MASS 01730 
(617) 275-8245 



BEDFORD 
TRAVELODGE 



285 Great Road 
Bedford MA. 
275-6120 



Michele 

I Love You. 
Robert 




Dear Chris: 

You have navigated the mazes & gotten past the 
monsters & now the big adventure begins. You are well 
armed &. with you goal in front of you. Refer to it often 
& it will keep you on the track. No life is without trials 
but a concrete goal makes decisions easier along the 
way. You are the master of your destiny. 

Mom 



3eec^ Painting &. ^enezaC Contzactot 

64 Springs Road 
Bedfrord, MA. 01730 
(617)275-734.1 275-8481 
Free Estimates 
Fully Insured 



172/THE COMMUNITY 



Best Wishes To The Class of 
1985 

from the Entire Staff of 

V^lUgiB C^othesm^th 

413 Waltham St., Lexington, MA 02173 



"Fashions for Juniors, Misses, and Kids 
too." 
861-6960 



LEXINGTON 
PLUMBING & 
HEATING CO., INC. 

Residential — Industrial — Commercial 
Sales, Installation & Service 
Depot Square 275-0124 
Bedford or 275-6721 



GOES BOX OFFICE •:^^'zrj-:r-.':z':T-' 



GANGBUSim 




BEDFORD FUNERAL 
HOME 

167 The Great Road 
Bedford, Massachusetts 01730 
275-6850 

G. William Clark, Jr. 
Funeral Director 



TELEPHONE 275- 7147 



Best Wishes to the 
Class of '85 

DR. & MRS. E. EAGLES 




Best Wishes to the 
Class of 1985 



\y>r. CLIFFORD RTALrofLS 
J 30 (;reat road 

BKDFORD. MASSACHL'SKTTS 017;l() 



MX LTIfLt USTlMj SCRVItt 



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Good Luck To The Class Of 1985 . . . 




. . . From All Us Kids At Burlington 
Studio 

Weddings . . . Family Groups . . . 

Children 
Creative Yearbooks 



Burlington 

Studio of Photography 

99 Cambridge St. 
Burlington 272-4700 




174/THE COMMUNITY 




Congratulations to the 
Class of 1985 



Creative Picture Framing 
Artist Materials 



Bedford Shopping Center 

Bedford, Ma. 

275-2768 



Parlmont Plaza 
Chelmsford, Ma. 

256-3418 



OKLAHOMA 



Compliments of 



COULTER 
SYSTEMS 
CORPORATION 

35 Wiggins Ave Bedlord MA 01 730 (617)275-2300 





BREAK 
A 
LEG 
MIKE 



MOM 
DAD 
NANCY 
BOB 



LOVE 
AND 
BEST 
WISHES 



7 




ITS HIT TIME 
AGAIN FOR 
A STEAMY TINA 



Best Wishes to the 
Class of 1985 
from all of us at 



I li.lk.Withh • r<i.| 



/^iiirsliniillll 

ISraml Names for Less! 



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CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES 

TO THE 
CLASS OF 1985 



From The Entire Staff At 



McDonald^ 

<S) 



346 Great Road 
Bedford, Mass 





McDonald's 
■ i® 



Best Wishes to the 
Class of 1985 

Dr. Paul R. Shuman 
And 
Jane Puffer 





* i- An arm 

' Cawpan)/ 



arris I 



168 GREAT ROAD 
BEDFORD. MASS 01730 



617/275-7020 



WE USE AND RECOMMEND THE 



PRUL MH'CHELL SYSTEM 

PROFESSIONAL SALON PRODUCTS 



176/THE COMMUNITY 



Friends Are 
Forever 



Never forget: origin 
of the BEAR. We had 
four years of great 
friendship that will 
always last. Remember 
the Organization ! 
Best of Luck !!!!! 




BEAR 



JUICE 



Grover: You missed a 
great year, but our 
three years together 
were more fun than 
human beings should 
be allowed to have. 
Good Luck. 



MARCUS 

Special Thanks To: Dad, Karen, Stephen, Michele, 
Caria, Kris, Whit, Crissy, Midge, Scott, Timmy, Jimmy 
"O", Tine, Di, Moni, Marcy, Laura, Zuben, CheryL 
Julie C, Caren M., Mel, Jeanette, Lissa, the 1984-85 
Powder Puff Champs, the faculty of B.H.S., Y.M., the 
dean of admissions at Syracuse University, and finally 
anyone I may have forgotten. 





Urban, Welcome to 
Rhode Island. Remember 
alarm keys aren't 
always what they seem 
to be. You're the 
greatest. 

Best of Luck !!!!! 



"The Benny & Bob Show' 
These four years have 
been the greatest. 
Never forget, summers 
of 83,84. You're a 
great friend. 
Seeeee Yaaaaa !!!!! 



BENNY 
Robert, 

Congratulations on your 
academics and choice of friends. 
Love, Dad 



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BEDFORD SPORT SHOP 
INC. 

Sporting Goods Of All Kinds 

Bedford Shopping Center 
Bedford MA. 01730 
275-6009 



Q BANK FIVE 

Offices in Arlington, Bedford, Burlington 
and Woburn* 643-0011 
Member FDIC/DIFM 




MARK 
TASSINARFS 

KARATE 
ACADEMIES 

359 Great Road 
Bedford Mass. 
275-9706 

Mark Tassinari-5th Dan Black Belt 



Congratulations 
and 
Best Wishes 

to the 
Class of 1985 



Anonymous 



Best Wishes to the 
Class of 1985 

Shawsheen Funeral Home Inc. 

Jack J. & Pierre A. Dillen 
281 Great Road 
Bedford Mass. 01730 



K.W. LUTHER BODYWORKS CO.. INC. 




5 YANKEE DIVISION ROAD 
BEDFORD, MASSACHUSETTS 01 

PHONE: 617-275-3000 



730 m 
000 ^ 



THE COMMUNITY/179 



CONGRATULATIONS 
AND 
BEST WISHES TO 
THE CLASS OF 1985 



MILLIFORE 



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RETIREMENT OR HEALTH CARE 
THERE IS A NEW OPTION IN MASSACHUSETTS 
Consider the all-new Continuing Care Retirement Community of 

Carleton-Willard Village 

Nursing care needs are meet in a residential village where privacy and individuality are respected. A 
professional staff is ready to meet your every need in skilled nursing, intermediate nursing, or rest home 

facilities. 

Retirement living is available in town houses and apartments for those couples and individuals who wish 
to live life to its fullest, relieved of the burdens of day-to-day living. 



Phone for an appointment 
to visit us: 
100 Old Billerica Road 
Bedford, MA 01730 
(617) 275-8700 




CARLLTON-WILLARD VILLAGE 



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WALCOTT 



SINCE 1937 



High Quality TV's And Appliances 
At Discount Prices - Check Us Out! 

GREAT ROAD SHOPPING CENTER, BEDFORD 



Microwave Ovens 
Air Conditioners 
Television 



SALES - SERVICE - PARTS 



Refrigerators 
Ranges 
Washers & Dryers 




Wherever you go 
Whatever you do 
Life will be special 
Because you're you 

Love, Mom & Dad 




Best wishes to you Eric 
and 

all of the members of 
the class of 1985 
The Benson Family 




MIX FLOWERS 



377 Concord Road 
275-6255 

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 
CLASS OF 1985 



182/THE COMMUNITY 




Best Wishes 
From The 




BEDFORD PERMANENT FIRE 

FIGHTERS 




THE COMMUNITY/183 



Bedford Jewelers 
Diamonds • Silverware 
Great Road Shopping Center 
Bedford, Massachusetts 01730 

Telephone: 275-7056 



Congratulations to the 
Class of 1985 from 
The Minute Man Deli 

328 Great Road 
Bedford, Mass. 01730 
275-3924 



BEST WISHES 



EAST INSURANCE AGENCY 

101 The Great Road 
Bedford, MA 01730 



Best Wishes to the 
Class of 1985 




REALTORS 



Bradley P. Howes 



Robert U. Johnsen 



138 the Great Road • Bedford, MA 01730 
&M-27b-7777 



To SaUy Avey: 
With Loving Wishes for 
a Wonderful Future 
Mom and Dad 



Casey J. 

We are very proud of you. This graduation 
is a great moment in your life and we 
know that you will be successful in your 
future endeavors. We all love you. Mom, 
Dad, Sue, Scott 




184/THE COMMUNITY 




Rofhor 




CENTER 
' HAIR STYLIST 

The ROFFLER Hairstyling Experience 

Open 6 Days 
Appointments Available 275-7711 
168E Great Road, Bedford 



BOWEN'S 

OFFICE SUPPLIES, STATIONERY 
TOYS - HOBBIES 



GREAT ROAD SHOPPING 
CENTER 
BEDFORD, MA- 275-7210 



i 



(617) 275-2330 



Love and success to our son. 
Marc, With all of your talents, 
you're sure to become a leader 
in your chosen field. 
Mom & Dad 



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BEDFORD TRAVEL, INC. 

138 THE GREAT ROAD 
BEDFORD, MASS. 01730 



Best of Luck to John, and 
the Class of '85 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Bellino 



FOR BRENDAN 



And walk among long dappled grass, 
And pluck till time and times are done 
The silver apples of the moon. 
The golden apples of the sun. 
-Yeats. 



THE COMMUNITY/185 



TO SEAN ENNIS 

A GREAT SON AND BROTHER! 
CONGRATULATIONS AND 
GOOD LUCK ALWAYS. LOVE 
MOM-DAD-CHUCK 79- 
JEAN 80-MARK 82- CAROLINE 88 



RUSSELL SIBLEY 
CONTRACTING 



Installer Of Sewer 
Water & Septic Systems 
[ 275-0283 




Mjureen: 

Nature's first green is gold. 
Her hardest hue to hold. 
Her early leaf's a flower; 
But only so an hour. 
Then leaf subsides ti leaf. 
So Eden sank to grief. 
So dawn goes down today. 
Nothing gold can stay. 
. . . .Robert Frost 

STAY GOLD 

Love, 
Mom & Dad 




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CricKet^ 
Comer 



and 
g#f=r 



14- Wamwrn 
Lexinglbn.fia 

86I-I03O 




Custom Drapes, Slipcovers 
Upholstery, Softlight Shades 
Mini Blinds, Window Quilts 
Vertical Blinds, Woven Woods 

FABRICS FOR THE HOME INC. 

345 Great Rd. 
Bedford 



186 THE COMMUNITY 



SKATING AND WRESTLING EQUIPMENT 
POWER MOWERS TRACTORS SNOW BLOWERS 



HA" 



MCkER 



<^twic£. SaclLi SvLiy <SaLt 



DIAL 
275-0900 
275-0939 



ROUTE 4 
379 NORTH ROAD 



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Congratulations to the Class of "85" 
with much Love and Pride 
in"J" 
Ed & Judy Moreau 






Athletes, Cheerleaders, Coaches 
Thanks for the wonderful soccer season. 

The Concannon Family 



4 





TEXACO 



TEL. 275-1 276 



STEVES' TEXACO 

105 GREAT ROAD 
BEDFORD. MA 01 730 



PHONE 275-1967 



4e 



3ed/ozd WaCCpapez &. Paint 



51 THE GREAT ROAD 
BEDFORD. MA 01730 



Benjamin Moore Paints 
Window Shades 
Discounts on all Paint & Wallcoverings 
CEDRIC & CATHERINE SMITH 



Chris - What is to become of you? We've watched you 
age and mature as a connoisseur would a fine wine or 
cheese. Now you're off to seek fame and fortune and 
live a life of leisure (in that asmosphere of diligence 
fondly referred to as college). But on that occasion 
when you return to the world of reluctant reality 
known as home, you will make your bed, do the laun- 
dry, wash your dishes, vacuum the house, etc., etc., etc. 

We love you. Good luck. 

Mom and Dad 



luck, I 



THE COMMUNITY/187 




188/THE COMMUNITY 




more hard work, and the best conditioning 




THE COMMUNITY/189 




GOULD MOTORS. INC. 

25 Nonh Road 
BEDFORD, MASSACHUSETTS 01730 



CHumm 



Bus Phone 275-7200 
Rm Phone 369-3385 



"With Prayerful Best Wishes for 
the class of 1985" 

PARISHIONERS OF 
ST. 

MICHAEL'S 
CHURCH 

Bedford 



II 



University Bank 



UNIVERSITY 
BANK & 
TRUST CO. 



Checking — Mastercard & Visa — Savings 
Wire Transfers — Home Improvement Loans 
Personal Loans — Certificates of Deposit 
M-Th. 9 A.M. -4 P.M.; Fri 9 A.M.-7 P.M. 
275-5894 
337 Great Road 

(Acm$a from Hutri at Grnt tttad Shipptnji Cmtfr) 



Good Luck And 
Best Wishes To 
The Class Of 1985 

ROBERT W. CONOLE. 



190/THE COMMUNITY 




We Hope Your Life Is Always 
Filled With Happy Years 



LOVE, 
MOM & DAD 



KILLER 
WHALES !!! 




Eric B. Birmingham 

Congratulations and Best 
Wishes to the class of 1985 
from 

Dr. and Mrs. Eric Birmingham 



Congratulations to the class of 85 
from 

RICHARD A. 
DAVIDSON, B.S. 
R.P.H. 

DAVIDSON'S 
PHARMACY, INC. 



Congratulations, Wendy 
Gerbrands. 

We're very proud of you! 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 




Scott, 



You have surpassed all our hopes and dreams. The 
rest is just the icing on the cake. 
Congratulations! 

Dad & Mother 




THE COMMUNlTY/191 




CONTRACTING CO. 



CUSTOM BUILDING AND REMODELING 

275-6691 

BOX 381 BEDFORD, MASS. 01730 



STOUFFERS' 
BEDFORD GLEN )) 
MlOTil-;:!, 



44 Middlesex Turnpike * Bedford, Massachusetts 01730 

617 / 275-5500 



Best Wishes To The Class Of 1985 



LICENSE # 1940 Telephone 275-0736 

BEDFORD OPTICAL CO. 



$30.00 off normal price of soft, 
tinted contact lenses for the 
Class of 1985 



Milton S. Moffett 
Registered Optician 



SO Loomis Street 
Bedford, MA 01730 



341 Great Rd. 



Bedford. Ma. 01730 



BCDrORD 

C\ON 



COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE 



Doug Yeates*Manager 



275-9873 



TEL. 862- 1051 
COCKTAILS 



AIR CONDITIONED 
MUNICIPAL PARKING 



■Jit t m 

PEKIIVn GARDEN 

SPECIALIZING IN 
MANDARIN ANDSZECHUAN DISHES 




PRIVATE BANQUETS 
ORDERS TO TAKE OUT 



27-31 WALTHAM STREET 
LEXINGTON CENTER 02173 



Movie Rentals/Sales 
VCR Rentals/Sales 
Video Accessories 
168 The Great Road, Bedford, MA 01730 
(617) 275-3540 



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Law Offices of 



DUNHAM'S BOOK 
STORE 

Good used books and paperbacks 
BOUGHT AND SOLD 

Over 15,000 Books Priced 
and Classified 

50 Great Road, Bedford 
275-9140 



BROWN & 
BROWN 



110 Great Road 
Bedford MA 



Nathaniel Brown, Esq. 



BEDFORD REAL ESTATE 



99 The Great Road 
Bedford, Massachusetts 01730 



BEN SEARS 



(617) 275-8540 
Home 275-7865 



^<J res ^^Itere ^^f^ooJL 



TOYS 




^ ( 



MINIATURES 



• EXPERT ALL-BREED GROOMING 

• TOP QUALITY REGISTERED PUPPIES 

(BROWN. BLACK. WHITE. SILVER) 

"For Those Who Care, Call Tres Cheref 



(617) 27S-6662 



MRS BARBARA MBLACK 
617 275-1296 



89 CONCORD RD ( RT 62) 
BEDFORD. MASS. 0I730 



SaudoMja CCecttic Co., Omc. 

ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES LIGHTING ■ SALES 



275-1068 



BEDFORD MECHANICAL. INC. 

REFRIGERATION. HEATING & COOLING CONTRACTORS 

COMMERCIAL - INDUSTRIAL - RESIDENTIAL 
328 R GREAT ROAD, BEDFORD. MASSACHUSETTS 01730 



FRANK BAUDANZA 
Vice President 



328 GREAT RO 
BEDFORD. MASS. 01730 



^(1 DA^ 

En 



DANIEL T. CALLAHAN 



24 HOUR SERVICE 
RADIO DISPATCH 



194/THE COMMUNITY 



spire 

■ corporation 



Congratulations 



From Spire Corporation .... Our very best 
wishes for health, happiness, and prosperity to 
the Class of 1985 and to all of the students, faculty 
and administration of Bedford High School. 

In Energy 

Spire is the place to grow 

Spire Corporation/Patriots Park/Bedford, MA 



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PACER SYSTEMS, 

INC. 



Burlington, MA 

Good Luck To The 
Bedford High School 
Class Of 1985 




196/THE COMMUNITY 



MINUTEMAN 



OLDSMOBILE VOLKSWAGEN 



"8 



275-8000 




39 North Road 
Bedford, MA 01730 



Bedford Florist 
The Petal People 

315 GREAT ROAD 
BEDFORD, MA 01730 

PHONE 275-7905 
Flowers For All Occasions 

FLORAFAX 






Luongo's Dry 
Cleaners, Inc. 

The Dry Cleaning Specialist 

Wedding Gowns — Expert Stain Removal 
No ShrinKage — Complete Drapery Service 
Down Parka — Sleeping Bags — Leathers 
Furs — Storage 

Complete Tailoring Service 
Tel. 275-73TO 
32 Shawsheen Ave., Bedford MA, 01730 



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Best Wishes to the Class of 
1985 




198/THE COMMUNITY 



BRIDGE, DYSON & KILMARTIN, 
P.C. 



113 The Great Road 
Bedford, Mass. 01730 
(617) 275-0860 

988 Washington St. 
Gloucester, Mass. 01930 
(617) 283-6335 



OPERATED BY 

daka 

JAMES BANDOUVERES 
General Manager 

Jolly Porpoise Dining Room 
Lounge 

Efficiencies 

Function Rooms 



340 Great Road /Bedford, MA 01730 



(617) 275-6700 



ETDNEHENGE 



JEWELRY 



PRECIOUS & SEMI-PRECIOUS STONES 
MKT & STERLING JEWELRY 
WATCH & JEWELRY REPAIRS 
APPRAISALS 



1 64 THE GREAT RD. ym if cam 

BEDFORD SHOPPING CENTER JACK KEAN 

BEDFORD, MA 01 730 (617) 275-2456 



Congratulations to the 
Class of 1985 



MEAD BROS. 
TREE SERVICE, 
INC. 

30 SUNSET ROAD, BEDFORD MA 




275-9756 



DOM'S SERVICE STATION 

Grease - Oil - Tune Dps - Tires - Accessories 



DoM Palmeri 



am GREAT ROAD 
BEDFORD. MA 01730 



IROE UNISEX m\\ 



QUALITY IMPORTS 

49 GREAT ROAD, BEDFORD, MA. 01730 
275 - 0700 



275-7366 



326 THE GREAT ROAD 
(Rte. 4 .nd 225) BEDFORD 



Brass, Wood, and Silver Artware from India. 
Simple, Best, and Low Price gift shopping for all 
Occasions. 



THE COMMUNITY/199 



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Abbott, Andrea 78 
Acree, Keith 72, 115, 129 
Acree, Lori 2, 66, 114, 
129 

Adams, Keith 89 
Ahern, Nancy 50, 
Ahem, Patricia 20, 50, 
64, 118, 119 
Akroyd, Dan 173 
Albanese, Maria 66 
Alcaide, Kim 78, 110, 
111, 123 

Alcaide, Mark 66, 109, 
125, 124 
Allan, Capri 78 
Allen, Cristina 72, 113, 
123, 145, 146, 159 
Alperin, Matthew 7, 72, 
145, 146 

Alves, Anthony 78, 131 
Ambrose, William 86, 
88 

Amidon, Fredric Neil 
66, 108, 109, 129 
Anderson, Eric 72, 115, 
116, 136, 138, 141, 149 
Anderson, Joy 78, 111, 
134, 138 

Anderson, Shawn 107 
Apicella, Margarita 89 
Ardito, Dana 20 
Ardolino, Lauri 66 
Armini, David 66 
Armstrong, Ronald 78, 
115, 116 
Art Room 175 
Arts & Flowers, 189 
Asbedian, Suzy 2, 72, 
111, 138, 146 
Atkinson, Lisa 78, 82, 
130 

Avey, Sally 20, 50, 170 
AW Clifford Realters 
173 
200/INDEX 



IB 



Babilon, Mark 20, 50 
Bailey, Robin 78 
Baker, Roosevelt 78, 125 
Bank Five 179 
Banks, Daniel 78 
Barber, Erika 20, 50 
Barber, Kimbcrly 72 
Barber, Tracy 78 
Barron, Donald 89 
Barrows, Nancy 11, 20, 
50 

Bartholomew, Judith 20, 
50, 136, 138, 141, 147 
Bartholomew, Kenneth 
55, 72, 115 

Barto, Wendy 20,50, 130 
Baudanza Electric Co. 
Inc. 194 

Bauman,David7,78,81, 
107, 125 

Bauman, Michael 21, 50 
Bauman, Thomas 72, 
107 

Beardslcy, Linda t>b 
Beardslcy, Sharon 78, 
111, 130, 138 
Bearley, Heather 111 
Beckwith, Pam 66, 77, 
110, 111 

Bedford Exxon 193 
Bedford Fire Dept. 183 
Bedford Florist 197 
Bedford Funeral 173 
Bedford Jeweler 184 
Bedford Mechanical 
Inc. 194 

Bedford Optical Co. 193 
Bedford Police 198 
Bedford Real Estate 194 
Bedford Sport Shop 179 
Bedford Travel 185 
Bedford TravcUodge 172 
Bedford Wallpaper & 
Paint 187 

Beecy Painting & Gen- 
eral Contracting 172 
Beecy, Tamara 78, 113, 
131 

Bellacini, William 72 
Bellino, John 11, 18, 21, 



48, 58, 106, 107, 154, 155, 
171, 184 

Ben-Aaron, James 47 
Bensley, Heather 78, 138 
Benson, Eric 21, 48, 49, 
50, 58, 94, 106, 107, 144, 
147, 150, 154, 155, 162 
Besse, Laura 78, 117, 
134, 138 

Bieren, James 66 
Biggio, Robert 89 
Birch, Janice 89 
Birmingham, Diana 16, 
18, 21, 50, 58, 60, 155, 
160 

Birmingham, Scott 72, 
107, 125 

Bishop, Rachell 66 
Bishop, Roslyn 72 
Bishop, Steven 109, 147 
Blair, Douglas 21, 50, 
114, 115, 129, 136, 154, 
167 

Blair, Lynda 72, 134, 
13t), 138, 141, 145, 152 
Blake, Janet 21, 50 
Blakeny, Lois 89 
Bland, Jim 72, 138 
Blogett, Chelby 142 
Bobrowski, Mary 89 
Boffa, Anne 78, 117, 134, 
144 

Boothe, Gary 66 
Boothe, Melissa 78 
Boruchovich, Boris 66 
Boudreau, Deborah 78, 
130, 134, 146 
Bowens 185 
Bowser, David 50 
Boyd, Adam 78, 134 
Boyle, Maureen 21, 50, 
113, 155, 158, 185 
Brady, Alex oo 
Brady, Nathaniel 22, 50, 
58, 160 

Bragg, Andy 78 
Bragg, Hannah 66 
Branca, Roberta 66, 117, 
152 

Breland, Barry oo 
Breslin, Gary Lee 72 
Bridge, Dyson St Kil- 
martin, P C. 199 
Brill, Julie 78 
Brine, Enice 89 
Brown & Brown 194 
Brown, Kenneth 22, 50, 



116, 138 
Brown, Lori 72 
Brown, Mathew 78 
Bruce, Matthew 78, 82 
Brunner, Todd 22, 50, 
109, 124, 125 
Bruno, Amy 66 
Buckley, Joseph 86 
Builders Hardware & 
Supply 196 
Bumann, Jimmy 16 
Bumann, Regina 16, 22, 
48, 50, 60, 114, 123 
Bumann, Thomas 79 
Bunker, Donald 22, 50, 
77, 131 

Buono, Marillian 72, 
Burke, Kerri 162 
Burke, Michael 107, 125 
Burlington Studios 162, 
174 

Burns, Michelle 79, 
Burns, Susan 72, 127 
Burr, David 22, 50, 138 
Burr, Douglas 22, 50, 
136 

Burton, Diana 72, 102, 
129 

Burton, Nadolyn 22, 50 
Buscaglia, Gina 72 
Buscaglia, Pier 79 
Busch, Bill 79, 116 
Buxton, John 72, 125 
Buxton, Matthew 23, 50 
Byrd, Ronnie 79, 
Byron, Ruth 89 

€) 

Cacciola, Peter 89 
Caissie, Diane 23, 50 
Callahan, Annmarie 66 
Callender, John 23, 55, 
136, 138, 141 
Callender, Michael 6o, 
114, 115, 129, 134, 144, 
146 

Cambell, Donny 79, 
107, 129 

Cambell, Kerry 79, 171 
Cameron, Paul 66 
Campbell, Edward 89, 
107 

Campos, John 23, 50 



Cantella, Matthew 06 
Canter, Lawrence 80 
Capezzuto, Andrea 79, 
134 

Capezzuto, Maureen 23, 
50, 146, 186 
Cardoos, Gwen 23, 50 
Cardwell, Garry 47 
Cardwell, Kristie 72 
Carey, Robert 79 
Carey, Trebor 134 
Caristi, Teresa 72, 82 
Carlson, David 79, 107 
Carlson, Robert 66 
Carlson, Victor 7, 89 
Carlton Willard Village 
181 

Carpenter, Mark 2, 72, 
149 

Carr, Emily 82, 131 
Carroll, Janet 79 
Carroll, Leslie 114, 134 
Carroll, Lynne 66, 114 
Carruth, Anastasia 23 
Carry, Emily 134 
Carter, John 72, 116 
Casey, Alicia o7 
Cash, Staci 72 
Cassidy, Nicole 66, 67, 
111, 129, 147, 158 
Casletter, Dennis 67 
Castetter, Karen 23, 50 
Castro, Christi-Anne 
72, 136, 138, 141, 144, 
145, 146 

Castro, Paul 2, 24, 50, 
147 

Catalina, Fernando 24, 
50, 111, 146, 147, 161 
Center Hair Stylists 185 
Chamberlain, Jean 89 
Charlton, William 79 
Chemlen, Jeff 24, 50, 58 
Chepolis, Kyle 72, 115 
Chepolis, Lori 79, 130, 
134 

Christian, Peter 72 
Chubb, Courtney 15, 79, 
117, 145 

Ciampa, Judith 24, 50, 
136, 138, 139, 140, 141 
Cierpial, Karen o7, 119, 
134, 107 

Ciolfi, Robert 89 
Clancy, David 79, 138 
Clancy, Susan 72, 111, 
131 



^Clark, Helen 72, 117 
Claude, Steven 79 
Clemans, Chris 79, 120 
Clements, Marcia 67 
Cobe, Russell 24, 50, 
136, 138, 141 
Cohen, Kier 24, 50, 60 
Coke, Elizabetth 67 
Coke, Laverne 79, 81 
Coke, Steven 79 
Colbath, Elisabeth 72, 
117, 138 

Collins, Douglas 24 
Collins, Julie 24, 48, 50, 
58, 134, 145, 150 
Collins, Kenneth 67 
Collins, Rob 127 
Colliton, James 79, 81, 
107, 127 

Colliton, Mary Ellen 25, 
50, 112, 155, 188 
CoUyer, Christine 11, 
13, 25, 50, 58, 131, 155 
Concannon, Daniel 11, 
25, 50, 58, 109 
Concannon, David 79, 
125 

Cone, Lisa 67 
Connolly, Kevin 90 
Connors, Paul 79, 107 
Conway, Kelly 
Conway, Marybeth 25, 
50, 112, 113, 134, 160 
Conway, Tricia 66, 67, 
111, 134, 167 
Cook, Christopher 72 
Cook, James 79 
Cook, Laura 79, 117, 138 
Cook, Tracy 113 
Cooke, Carole 72 
Coolter Systems 175 
Cooney, Keith 79, 167 
Corcoran, Holly 25, 48, 
50, 117, 160, 188 
Corea, Peter 139 
Corey, Christopher 25, 
50, 60, 69, 125, 188 
Corey, Lori 67 
Corey, Scott 72 
Corey, Tina 11, 25, 50 
Coriaty, Sean 79 
Corliss, William 90 
Coronado, Michelle 79, 
84 

Costello, Jill 72, 111, 
134, 145, 162, 167 
Courtney, Jason 72, 96, 



125 

Couvee, Annelouise 72 
Couvee, Neil 25, 50, 146 
Crescenzi, Greg 72, 125 
Cricket's Corner 186 
Croccker, Jillian 67 
Cruise, Tom 160 
Curley, Kevin 79, 107 
Curley, Steven 26, 50, 
127 

Curran, John 79, 107 
Cusick, Caroline 72, 119 




D'Androgora, Lou 90 
D'Errico, Alicia 67, 69 
Dacey, Richard 2, 134, 
141 

Dalrymple, Debra 79, 
Dameron, Susan 67, 158 
Dameron, Vernon 90 
Damery, Nancy 67, 134, 
207 

Daniell, Adriennc 67 
Davenport, John 72 
Davis, Christina 26, 50, 
162 

Davis, Eric 115 
Decapua, Coach 128 
Decaprio, Jeff 72 
Dedrick, Robin 79 
DeGeorge, Joan 86 
DeGregory, Russell 67, 
149 

Delaney, Joanne 26, 49, 
50, 134, 136, 138, 141, 
145, 152 

Delellis, David 67, 107 
Delfino, Debra 26, 50, 
111, 113, 155, 161 
Demattio, Michael 7, 
106, 131 
Denaro, Pat 67 
DePietro, Charles 90 
DeSantis, Debbie 72 
Desilets, Brendan 90 
Devine, Deborah 26 
Devine, Jennifer 79 
Devine, Sean 115 
DiClements, Joan 90 
Dillon, Matt 160 
DiNisco,Cheryl 72, 113 



DiNisco, David 2, 26, 
50, 148, 149, 158 
Dinitto, Edward 79, 107 
Dion, Peter 79, 107, 127 
Dorion, Theresa 90 
Dmochowski, Laura 79, 
138 

Doan, Linh 72, 134 
Doane, Dwight 72 
Doane, Jeanine 26, 50 
Doherty, Mike 72 
Doherty, Richard 67 
Donahue, Cheryl 26, 49, 
50, 58, 160 

Donahue, Kevin 67, 107 
Donaldson, Steve 72, 74 
Donato, Rachael 67 
Donovan, Eleanor 90, 
167 

Dougherty, Keith 27, 50, 
129 

Dougherty, Kristin 48, 
67, 110, 111, 123 
Doughty, Dennis 73 
Doughty, Kathy 79, 111, 
134 

Doughty, Patricia 27 
Dowling, Elizabeth 90 
Downing, Ms. 7, 104 
Drake, Heather 11, 27, 
50 

Drake, Paul 79, 167 
Draskovich, Kristin 27, 
50, 58, 60, 191 
Drenas, Kathleen 90 
Drummond, Anne 86 
Drohan, Susan 67, 127 
Drovin, Michele 73 
Duda, Kim 16 
Duda, Peter 79, 107 
Duda, Richard 27, 50, 
106, 107, 143 
Duggan, Thomas 86, 87 
Duke, John 27, 50, 129 
Dupont, Christine 73 
Durkin, Julianne 73, 
138, 141 

Dutra, Pamela 2, 67, 69, 
119, 134 

Dworshak, Todd 79, 82, 
116 

Dyson, Jenepher 67, 123 
Dom's Service Station 
199 

Donovan Realators 184 
Donham's Book Store 
194 



(E) 

Ericson, Shannon 17, 28, 
50, 84, 118, 119, 155 
Eagles, Dr. & Mrs. E. 
173 

Eagles, Jeff 116 
East Insurance 184 
Edwards, Cynthia 27, 
50, 147, 176 

Eden, Jacquelyn 27, 50, 
176 

Elder, Deborah 28, 50 
Ellis, Kathy 28, 50, 113, 
131 

Ellis, Charles 47, 125, 
124 

Ennis, Sean 50, 60, 107, 
124, 125 
Evans, Todd 67 
Ebersole, Kirstin 67, 
146, 117 

Elder, Doug 67, 147, 131 

Eagles, Jeff 73 

Erlich, Adam 73, 141, 

144, 145, 150, 125 

Ellis, James 79 

Evans, Meredith 79, 110, 

111, 131 

Ennis, Caroline 79, 111 
Enright, Carole 90 

Fabrics For The Home 
Inc. 186 

Fairbanks, Laura 79 
Fallon, Wayne 67, 107 
Fardy, George 90 
Farmer, Chris 73, 102 
Feltman, Sheila 67, 136, 
138, 141, 

Ferri, Mike 67, 127 
Fiato, Mark 28, 48, 50 
Fiato, Nicole 79 
Fichera, John 120 
Fields, Lore 73, 134, 14t» 
Finklestein, Denise 67 
Finney, Eric 79 



Fiorino, Debbie 66, 147 
Fitzgerald, Michael 28, 
50, 127 

Fitzgerald, Rob 67, 207 
Flanagan, Anthony 28, 
50, 64, 136, 141, 145, 162 
Flores, Fred 28, 50, 84, 
121 

Flores, Robert 79, 134, 
138 

Flynn, Kara 67, 119, 146, 
167 

Foerst, Christine 29, 50 
Folwoiler, Robin 73, 
131, 146 

Ford, Thomas 29, 50, 49 
Fougere, Dan 67 
Fougere, Gabrielle 73 
Fox, Dave 125 
Francis, James 125 
Francis, Paula 29, 
Franklin, Heather 73, 
136, 138, 141 
Frazier, Scott 73, 149 
French, Claire 90 
French, Jeff 67, 107, 129, 
158 

French, Sibyl 90 
Funari, Tracey 7, 79, 93 
Furey, James 29, 50 

Gage, David 67, 134, 
136, 138, 141 
Gallant, Stephen 2, 73 
Gardener, Edward 79, 
107, 127 

Garibotto, Jeff 73, 131 
Garibotto, Lisa 29, 50 
Garofalo, George 73 
Garrett, Seamus 67, 109, 
158 

Gaul, Brendan 11, 29, 
49, 50 

Gauntlett, Brian 73 
Geary, Cherie o7, 107 
Gellately, Brian t>7 
Gerbrands, Chuck e7, 
134 

Gerbrands, Wendy 11, 
20, 50, 110, 111, 
Geriek, Michael o7 
Gette, Melissa 73. 113, 




129, 146, 207 
Getz, Betty 67 
Gfroerer, Helen 92, 93 
Giancola, Stephanie 89, 
93 

Gibson, Mel 160 
Giddis, Elaine 93, 159 
Gillis, Mike 50, 67, 107 
Giliis, Urban 2, 29, 48, 
106, 107, 171 
Giurleo, Patricia 30, 50 
Glatfelter, Timothy 50 
Glazier, Mary 73 
Glazier, William 73 
Glennon, Mike 67, 191 
Godart, Kristin 80 
Goel, Achintya 67, 147 
Goel, Aruna 80 
Goerst, Christine 207 
Golley, Ginette 93 
Gollis, Bernard 93 
Gonzolez, Michele 67, 
91, 123, 136, 138, 141 
Goodman, Donny 68 
Goodpaster, Beth 80 
Gorgens, Kim 80, 117, 
131, 138 

Gould Motors Inc. 190 
Goyette, Marsalynn 13, 
15, 30, 50, 119, 155 
Goyette, Stephanie 80 
Granowitz, Elisa 30, 50, 
150 

Graves, Audrey 73, 77, 
117 

Graves, Dane 68 
Greelish, David 79, 80, 
121, 149 

Green, Christine 73, 82 
Green, Thomas 80 
Greenway, Robert 93 
Greenwodd, Coach 125 
Griffin, Axel 30, 50 
Griffin, Simeon 80 
Grillo, Corey 11, 30, 50 
Grimm, John 19, 30, 50, 
136, 138, 141, 145, 147, 
176 

Grof, Daryle 80, 107 
Grunes, Beth 80, 119 
Guetersloh, Mark 68, 
138, 144, 146, 149 
Guidetti, Dean 73 
GuUage, Paula 66, 89, 93 
Gulley, Elizabeth 80 
Gurley, Meg 74, 111, 
129, 134, 138 
202/lNDEX 



Hadley, Casandra 73 
Hagar, Richards 93, 139 
Hagerty, Tom 73, 74, 
121 

Haggerty, Janice 93 
Hair by Harris 176 
Hall, Kim 74, 91, 131 
Halloran, Tom 74 
Hamky, Chris 131 
Hamby, Brad 7, 68, 115, 
131 

Hamilton, Marguerite 
93 

Hanf, David 30, 50 
Hanf, Karl 2, 7, 74, 145 
Hanley, Connie 93 
Hanley, Robert 80, 115, 
129, 138 

Hannon, Robyn 80, 134 
Hanson, Darrell 74, 109, 
129 

Hanson, Sue 74, 113 
Happy, Donna 93 
Harden, Jamie 7, e8, 109 
Harrington, Colleen 31, 
50 

Harrington, Jean 74 
Harrington, Paul 74, 91, 
131 

Harrison, Dana 68, 107 
Hauck, David 80 
Hauge, Robert 2, 74, 
115, 131, 148, 149 
Hawkins, Michael 11, 
31, 50, 106, 107, 143 
Hawkins, Mrs. 2 
Hawkins, Susan 68, 159 
Hawley, Christopher 31, 
50, 100, 120 
Hayward, Cindy 68 
Hector, Tracey 80, 111, 
134 

Heggestad, Lauren 68, 
117, 130 

Hclmar, Tracey 31, 50 
Hibbard, Jean 93 
Hicks, Teresa 80 
Higham, Anne 80 
Hill, John 93 
Hill, Judd 74 



Hill, Karen 74, 117, 123 
Hirsch, Frank 107 
Hirsch, Michelle 80, 
117, 134, 146 
Hirsch, Stephanie 68, 
134 

Hocker, Kristen 06, o8, 
111, 146, 147 
Hodsdon, Coach 125 
Hollis, Richard e8, 115, 
134, 144, 147 
Holloway, Darren 80, 
167 

Holmstead, Gene 68, 69, 
131, 149 

Holtzberlein, Coach 130 
Holtzman, Rene 80, 117 
Hooper, Patty o8 
Hopkins, Christina 74, 
91, 134, 138 

Hovsepian, Dorothy 94, 
162, 163 
Huff, Clint 94 
Huffman, Matt 145, 159 
Huffman, Robert 74, 
120, 136, 141 
Huffman, William 80 
Hughes, Lynn o8 
Hull, Kerry 80 
Hunt, Gary 94, 102 
Hunt, Julie 80, 111, 134 
Hupperich, Erika 80, 
138, 117 

Hurley, Sean 31, 50, 99, 
108, 109, 129 



Ingalls, Joseph 80 
ingalls, Tracy 74 
iovino, Dottie 68 
lovino, Lena 74 
Isnor, Eric 68, lOo, 107 



Jackelen, Casey 31, 50, 
155 

Jacobson, Robert 11, 31, 



50, 162, 171 
Jarek, Kevin 74 
Jeannotte, Joanna 68 
Jensen, Jeffrey 80 
Johnson, Gail 68 
Johnson, Heather 68, 
146 

Johnson, Michael 74, 
107 

Johston, Julie 80, 125 
Jolly Porpoise Dining 
Room 199 

Jones, Doug 80, 107 
Jones, Steve 2, 68 
Joy, Lillian 74 
Joy, Robert 50 
Joyce, Bob 74 
Joyce, John 32, 50 
Judge, John 94 



Kirkland, Lauren 32, 50 
Kleiman, Gary 74, 115, 
129 

Klein, Mia 68 

Knell, Cheryl 32, 50, 55, 

147, 162 

Koarik, Leslie 68, 74. 130 
Kostishack, Julie 32, 50, 
134, 136 

Kostishack, Sara 80, 134, 
138, 141 

Kostori, Vera 50 
Kramer, Laura 32, 50, 
113, 188 

Kramer, Richard 80, 107 
Krueger, Catherine 94 
Kupfrian, Dave 74 
Kupiec, Tamar 80, 114, 
129, 138 

Kupiec, Yael e8, 114, 
129, 136. 138 162 



(K (£) 



K. W. Luther Body 
Works 179 
Kaplan, Kenneth 172 
Katz, Stephanie 68 
Kelley, James 94 
Kelly, Erin 74, 119 
Kelly, Timothy 11, 47 
Kelnhofer, Robert 32, 
45, 50, 95, 109, 129, 167 
Kennedy, Daniel 80 
Kennedy, David 141 
Kenney, Albert 32, 50, 
58,60, 116, 136, 138, 141, 
144, 151, 162, 163, 164, 
170, 189, 207 
Kenney, Michael 68, 
107, 136, 138, 183 
Kent, Michael 50 
Kenyon, Lloyd 80, 82 
Keup, William 94, 114, 
129 

Khoxayo, Sommala 79, 
80 

Khoxayo, Sompong o8 
Killebrew, Patrick 68, 
121, 144 

Killebrew, Stacie 80 
Kimmins, Jennifer 68 
Kinney, Joan 94 



Lacovara, Megan 80, 125 
Laliberte, Michelle 80, 
82 

Laliberte, Wendy 68 
Landrigan, Chris 74 
Lane, Mark 127 
Larkin, Bill 75, 145, 159 
Larkin, Jim 7, 75, 134, 
145, 152, 159 
Larsen, Eric 75, 131 
Lawrence, Philip 75, 
129, 138 

Leahy, Anthony 80, 125 

Leary, Brenda 75 

Lehan, Nancy 94 

Lei by, Ben 75 

Lent, Julia 94 

Leong, Lisa 33, 50, 155, 

162 

Levesque, Rene 80 
Lexington Plumbing & 
Heating 173 
Libby, Diane 68 
Light, Marilyn 94 
Lindskor Balancing 172 
Linehan, Bridget 80, 
113, 134 

Linz, Christine t>8, 113, 
134, 146 





Linz, Laura 18, 33, 48, 49, 
50, 57, 134 

Linz, Lisa 75, 113, 131, 
162 

Lipozer, Michelle 68 
Livingston, Chris 50 
Lohrum, Alison 94 
Lolis, Deniitrios 80 
Looney, Deb 68, 119 
Lord, Janet 68 
Lord, Kenneth 80 
LoVecchio, Dorothy 94 
Lovely, Debbie 68, 134 
Luken, Robert 94 
Lund, Andrea 33, 49, 50, 
55, 134, 136, 141, 145 
Lund, Jennifer 82, 136, 
162 

Luongo's Dry Cleaners 
197 

Luter, Kelly 68, 93, 169 
Lyons, Robert 75 




MacDonald, Jeffrey 33, 
50, 131 

MacDonald, Sandy 68, 
134 

Mace, David 80 
Mace, Denise 33, 50 
Macharrie, Jim 34, 50, 
125 

Mackie, Chris 80 
Mackintosh, Patricia 34, 
50 

Macklin, Ann 75, 77, 
123, 138 

Macquilken, Kathleen 
68 

Maczko, Brian 80, 116 
Maczko, Sandra 94, 116 
Mahar, Chuck 75, 127 
Mann, Jonathan 68, 138 
Mann, Julie 75, 134, 145 
Manning, Caren 13, 15, 
18, 34, 50, 60, 119, 134, 
155 

Manning, Christopher 
34, 50, 109, 127, 162 
Marcotte, Chris 75, 146 
Marcotte, Noelle 34, 50, 



55, 146, 155, 164, 167, 
162 , 163 

Marcus, Paul 34, 50 
Marino, Michael 80 
Mark Tassinari's Karate 
Academies 179 
Marklis, Beverly 97 
Marshalls 175 
Martell, Christine 2, 68, 
110, 111, 130, 134, 147 
Maskalenko, Thomas 
50, 124 

Massa, Chris 68, 109, 
147 

Mastrorilli, Todd 75, 
146 

Mathews, Carolyn 72, 
75, 119, 138, 146 
Maxon, Jenny 68, 123, 
147, 117 

Maxon, Laura 75, 117, 
123 

Maxwell, Laura 75 
Mazzeo, Wendy 81 
Mazzotta, Matthew 81, 
131 

McAleer, Ruth 97 
McAllister, Pat 75, 102, 
131 

McArdle, Scott 11, 34, 
50, 106, 107, 147, 161 
McArdle, Tracey 66, 68, 
131 

McCarthy, Janis 75, 138, 
141 

McCarthy, John 97 
McCarthy, Lynn 34, 50, 
176 

McClatchey, Carol 68, 
130, 136, 138, 142 
McCollem, Carolyn 117, 
134 

Mccombs, Cindy 81 
McConnell, Larry 68 
McCravy, Michael 2, 68 
McCravy, Sheila 72, 75, 
134, 142 

Mcculloch, George 81, 
107 

McCulloch, Maureen 
35, 48, 50, 187 
McCune, John 68 
McCune, Mark 81 
McDonalds 176 
McDonough, JoAnne 
75, 138, 142, 159 
McGarry, Dr.Guy 171 



McGillick, Michael 47, 
50 

McGilvray, Erika 111, 
134, 138 

McGilvray, Heather 69, 
134 

McGovern, Christine 
35, 48, 50, 60, 112, 113, 
123, 138, 147 
McGovern, Kathi 75,77, 
111, 113, 123, 134, 138 
McGovern, Kathleen 81, 
111, 145 

McGovern, Kerry 69, 77, 
110, 111, 123 
McGovern, Lucy 69, 

113, 123, 138 
McGrath, Bob 127 
McHarg, Mary 97, 104 
McHugh, Tina 75 
Mcintosh, Chris 75, 121 
Mcintosh, Mary 81, 130 
McKenna, John 47, 127 
McKie, Jane 75, 113 
McKie, Susan 35, 50,119 
McLaughlin, Allyson 
69, 117, 134, 146 
McMahan, Brenda 69, 
134, 136, 141 
McMahan, Steven 50 
McMahan, Susan 50, 58, 
138 

McManus, Arthur 97, 
104 

McNeany, Lori 69 
McNeany, T. J. 81, 107 
McQuilken, Kathy 123 
Mead Bros. Tree Service 
199 

Mead, Dave 69 
Mead, Mary 69, 130 
Mead, Pam 207 
Meffan, Rob 69, 107 
Melanson, Chester 86 
Melville, Gregory 81, 
115, 125, 138 
Melville, Joanne 16, 18, 
35, 50, 138, 158, 131, 49 
Melville, Sue, 15, 69, 

114, 115, 129, 155 
Melvin, Melissa 69 
Mendell, Kim 35, 48, 50, 
69 

Merrick, Kim 11 
Meyer, Kimberly 35, 50, 
57 

Meyers, Jessica 81, 152 



Michelson, Sharon 36, 
50 

Mickel, Ken 75 
Mickel, Kevin 36, 50, 
138, 141, 149 
Mierzykowski, Steph- 
anie 75 

Millar, Dan 69 
Miller, Amy 36, 50, 57 
Miller, James 81, 107 
Millette, Melissa 81 
Milligan, Karen 69 
Milliken, Eugene 7, 97 
Millipore 180 
Millman, Cheryl 69, 
119, 134, 167 
Minassian, Craig 81, 
125 

Minute Men Deli 184 
Minuteman VW 197 
Mitchell, Jacqueline 81, 
82, 111 
Mitre 177 
Mix Flowers 182 
Mizzoni, Margaret 81, 
111 

Mohammed, Ishmael 81 
Mohammed, Salim 144 
Molinari, Keith 75, 127 
Moll, Gwen 81 
Montemagno, Joni 36, 
50, 88, 134, 155 
Montgomery, Christine 
69, 110, 111 

Montiero, Edward 47, 50 
Moore, Shirley 97 
Moore, Stephen 81 
Moosick, Michelle 69 
Moreau, Jeannette 18, 
36, 50, 147, 130, 162 
Moreau, Jennifer 81, 144 
Morgan, Hugh 97 
Morgan, Scott 75, 121 
Morrison, Kelly 81 
Morse, Bruce 97, 149 
Mosca, Debbie 69 
Moss, Donald 97 
Mr. Gene's 199 
Mullen, Ronel 75, 125 
Mulligan, Coach 123 
Munden, Scott 36, 50 
Murchinson, Gemena 
77 

Murphy, Crystal 66, 69, 
119, 134, 146 
Murphy, Edward 47, 50 
Murphy, Kimberly 66, 



69 

Murray, Kelli 74, 75 
Murray, Kelly 36, 50 
Murray, Lawrence 11, 
36, 49, 50, 109, 129 
Murray, Richard 75 
Murray, Timmy 75, 127 



Nagy, Tibor 37, 49, 50, 
134 

Nandy, Lisa 49 
Naugler, Chris 69, 134 
Nautilus 188, 189 
Nawoichik, Carolyn 37, 
50 

Nazzaro, Evelyn 97 
Neil, Christine 37, 50, 
58, 161 

Neister, John 162 
Neves, Natasha 69 
Newman, Laura 37, 50 
Newman, Troy 37, 50 
Newton, Simone 75 
Niblack, Eric 69, 131 
Nickerson, Charlene 69 
Nocca, Lewis 70 
Norton, Gregory 97 



CD 



O'Brien, Neil 81, 121, 
125 

O'Donnell. Becky 75, 
113, 131 

O'Donnell, Roberta 97 
O'Hara, Alice 75, 113, 
146 

O'Hara, Louise 38, 50, 
55, 146, 147, 155, le4. 
167, 162, lt>3 
O'Malley, Christopher 
81 

O'Neil, Barbara 97 
ONeil, David oo, 70. 
lOo, 107, 129 



203/ INDEX 




O'Neil, Debbie 70, 111, 
138, 147 

O'Shaughnessy, James 
50, 58, 60, 127, 161 
Oates, Julie-Ann 81, 130 
Obleness, Frank 75 
Olsen, Patricia 70, 134 
Oppedisano, Frank 38, 
50, 60 

Oram, Mary 37, 50 
Orris, Brenda 75 
Othmer, Chris 70 



IB 



Pace, Lynda 75 
Pacer Systems 196 
Pagan, Denise 38, 50, 57 
Paganis, Denise 70, 92 
Paganis, Stathe 75 
Paige, Kellie 75 
Palmer, Leonard 97 
Papalia, James 38, 50, 
106, 107, 134 
Papalia, Mary Jean 81, 
134,138, 141 
Pari, Bruce 106 
Park, Bruce 70, 107, 127 
Parker, Irene 98 
Parker, Martha 98 
Pascucci, Stanley 82 
Patterson, Randy 38, 50 
Patuleia, Joseph 18, 98, 
99, 109, 123, 162 
Pavlas, Lee 82, 107 
Payette, Jodi 82, 116, 117 
Pearson, Glen 82, 107, 
125 

Pease, Brenda 38, 50 
Pease, Kellie 70, 99, 145, 
152 

Pecora, John 82 
Peking Gardens 193 
Penaso, Nena 70 
Penney, Susan 75, 142 
Perkinson, Helen 70, 
134 

Perry, Richard 82 
Peters, William 98, 102, 
103 

Petersen, Teresa 82 
Peterson, Heidi 38, 50 
Peterson, Jason 75 
204/INDEX 



Peterson, John 38, 50, 
116 

Peterson, Nicole 75 
Petrecca, Sheryl 82, 111 
Petrecca, Susan 38, 50, 
113, 161 

Petrillo, Robert 94, 104, 
107 

Peucker, Timothy 39, 
50, 92, 106, 107, 127 
Phinney, Keith 98, 134, 
135 

Picard, Nicole 138 
Picard, Stephen 49, 50 
Picora, John 120, 121 
Pignatiello, Lisa 75, 117 
Pike, Gregory 82, 120 
Pilla, Anthony 98 
Piro, Peter 50 
Pisani, Carol 82 
Pisani, Stephen 13, 39, 
50, 120 

Pisani, Tina 75 
Pittman, Bob 70 
Pittman, Dorothea 82, 
207 

Pittman, Lisa 70 
Pitts, Michelle 70, 119 
Pomponi, Renata 70, 
130, 136, 141, 145, 14e, 
162 

Poole, Terry 75, 114, 
129, 138 

Porter, Nancy 76 
Porter,Theresa 39, 50, 57 
Porter, Thomas 82, 127 
Powers, Walter 98 
Prescott, Kathryn 82 
Preston, Andrea 70 
Primak, Dan 70, 125 
Probolus, Susan 98 
Puffer, Amy 39, 50, 130 
Pullen, Adrian 81, 82 
Pulliam, Patience 70 
Purdy, Jon 50 
Pysczynski, Diane 82, 
134 

Pysczynski, Linda 70, 
138 




QEI Inc. 19b 



Quality Imports 199 
Qualter, Renee 39, 50 
Quin, Joe 70, 127 
Quinn, Kristen 82 
Quirk-Sullivan, Mau- 
reen 101 



Rainis, Denise 49, 98, 
162, 163 

Ralston, Doreen 7, 98, 
99 

Ralston, Megan 76, 123 
Redding, James 82 
Reinisch, Uli 70, 146 
Reizes, S. 49 
Rennie, Michele 11, 50, 
182 

Reynolds, John 98, 99, 
121 

Reynolds, Susan 70, 84, 
167, 183 

Ricci, Linda 76, 131,136, 

146, 162, 167 

Rice, Herman 76, 106, 

107 

Richards, Diane 71 
Ricker, Pam 79, 82 
Ricker, Scott 83, 107, 
125 

Ridgely, Michelle 40, 50 
Riley, Susan 40, 50, 113, 
185 

Rinaldi, Michael 98 
Rittenhouse, Dale 82, 83 
Robbins, Julie 40, 50 
Roberson, Rather 76, 
107, 138 

Roberts, Amy 83, 134 
Robertson, Richard 83 
Robertson, Stacy 69 
Robinson, Barbara 81, 
98 

Robinson, Donna 76 
Robinson, Glen 40, 50, 
207 

Robinson, Sarah 40, 50, 
58,60, 134, 135, 136, 141, 
145, 152, 162 
Rodriguez, Jeannine 83 
Rodriguez, Josie 71, 130 



Rogerss, Stacey 71 
Roland, Calandra 40, 50, 
176 

Rollinson, Andy 76, 102 
Rosenburg, Michael 71, 
142, 159 

Russell Sibley Contract- 
ing 186 

Russell, Michael 40, 50 
Russo, Caryn 83 
Russo, Mark 41, 50, 69 
Russo, Patricia 76, 113 



Sabetty, Susan 71, 113, 
138 

Sabourin, Armand 2, 
101, 107, 143 
Sacco, Tracey 83 
Sakelakos, Deborah 72, 
101 

Saltzman, Cheri 119 
Samuels, Chuck 11 
Sandblom, Eric 71, 107 
Sandford, Elizabeth 2, 
83, 134, lo2 
Sarafian, Sharyn 101 
Sarcia, Maria 7o, 119 
Sarno, Christine 50, 40, 
155 

Savioli, Andrea 7o 
Savioii, Christine 50, 
207 

Sayles, Brenda 41, 50, 
53, 131, 145, 147 
Schafer, Denise 138, le2 
Schapiro, Susan 138 
Scheick, Barclay 7t>, 107 
Scheick, Brian 83, 107 
Schoendorf, Jay 41, 50, 
136, 162 

Schoorens, Susan 131 
Schubert, Scott 41, 50 
Sciaraffa, Patti 83, 113, 
134, 145 

Scotsman Contracting 
Co. 192 

Scott, Denise 71 
Sears, Brenda 146 
Sears, Nate 71, 96, 148, 
149 

Segal, Alex 41, 49, 50 



Serra, Roberta 83 
Sevier, Scott 41, 50, 136, 
138, 141, 147, 164, 163 
Shafer, Denise 15, 42, 
50, 64, 129, 147 
Shaffer, Gerald 47, 50 
Shamon, Mike 83, 107 
Shapiro, Suzanne 83, 
117 

Sharkey, Debbie 76, 138 
Sharkey, Kennethy 11, 
50 

Sharpe, Monica 13, 16, 
42, 50, 119 
Shavers, Aaron 101 
Shaw, Christopher 42, 
50, 57, 120 

Shaw, Patrick 42, 50, 146 
Shawsheen Funeral 
Home 179 

Shea, Julie 48, 50, 110, 
111 

Sheehan, Ann 101 
Sheehan, Brian 42, 50 
Sherman, Bill 76 
Shiner, Carleen 42, 50 
Shiner, Kelly 71 
Shirafa, Patty 138 
Shuman, Dr. Paul 176 
Sibley, Valerie 83 
Silvestrone, Daniel 43, 
50, 121 

Simmons, Darlene 71 
Simmons, Lisa 76, 77, 
169 

Sinotte, Lisa 43, 50, 53 
Sirbak, Kelly 83 
Smith, Amanda 43, 50 
Smith, Chris 49 
Smith, Christopher 71, 
138, 147 

Smith, Debora 71, 100 
Smith, Jane 101 
Smith, Lisa 76 
Smith, Pamela 83 
Smith, Paul 2, 93, 101, 
136, 137, 138, 141 
Smith, Russ 71, 107 
Smith, Scott 71, 124, 125, 
207 

Smith, Stacy 169 
Smith, Tracy 117 
Snapp, Geoff 76, 107 
Snapp, Lisa 71, 167, 183 
Snedeker, Tom 47, 49, 
50, 71 

Snee, Bernie 83, 120 



Snelson, Brian 71, 107, 
120 

Snelson, Kim 83 
Solomita, Ann 43, 50, 
138, 141, 150, 162 
Solomita, Jim 7, 76, 107, 
150 

Solomonides, John 71 
Sorgi, Uberta 101 
Sparks, James 43, 50 
Spence, Joan 101 
Spencer, Alice 76, 123, 
144 

Spencer, Jennifer 83, 
138, 131 

Spencer, John 43, 50, 
145, 150, 125, 124, 162 
Spinosa, Pasquale 101 
Spire Corporation 195 
Spofford 83, 134, 138 
St. Amour, Anthony 76 
St. Amour, Paul 71, 109 
St. Michael's Church 
190 

St. Onge, Karen 43, 50 
Stamatakos, Peter 71, 
109, 129 

Stander, John 76 
Stanley, Eleanor 101 
Stefanidakis, Donna 76, 
134, 138 

Stefanidakis, Georgia 
81, 83, 130, 134 
Steve's Texaco 187 
Stonehenge Jewlers 199 
Storer, James 11, 43, 50, 
109, 127 

Stouffer Bedford Glen 
Hotel 193 
Strange, Rob 71 
Stuart, Michelle 72, 76, 
138 

Sullivan, Jake 7 
Sullivan, John 44, 50, 
101, 102, 115, 132 
Sullivan, Laura 71, 183 
Sullivan, Mark 76, 107, 
125 

Sullivan, Maureen 102, 
115, 132 

Sullivan, Michael 44, 50, 
60, 134, 152 
Sullivan, Paul 76 
Sullivan, Robert 79, 83, 
134, 144, 145 
Sunderman, Till 76 
Sundra, Raj 50, 58, 109, 



136, 137, 138, 147 
Sutton, Jennifer 76, 113, 
131 

Sutton, Kathy 71, 134, 
155 

Swanson, David 44, 50, 
207 

Swider, Greg 71, 115, 
129 

Swider, Stacy 44, 50, 
136, 138, 141, 150 
Sword, Christine 76 
Szachara, Myra 71 



iTl 



Tanden, Neera 83 
Tanner, Tracy 71 
Tassinari, Keith 76, 106 
Tateosian, Julie 44, 49, 
50, 84, 95, 119 
Taylor, Andre 83, 125 
Taylor, Kim 76 
Telford, Lynne 19, 44, 
49, 50, 55, 117, 130, 134, 
136, 138, 147, 151, 162, 
164, 188 

Telford, Mandy 76, 130, 
134, 136, 138, 140, 141 
Theobald, Carol 83, 138, 

141, 145, 159 
Thomas, David 49 
Thomas, Julia 11, 45, 50, 
77, 146, 188, 117 
Thomas, Mark 76 
Thomas, Rebecca 
134 

Thompson, Kristin 

142, 130 

Thompson, Linda 
16, 44, 50, 60, 117, 166 
Tilman, Teressa 71 
Tingley, Calvin 101 
Tompkin, Chris 83, 130 
Toomey, Selana 134 
Topping, Carol 45, 50 
Travers, Kim 71, 99, 145, 
152 

Travers, Kristi 83 
Travis, June 45, 50 
Tremblay, Authur 101 
Ties Chere Poodles 194 



83, 



76, 



11, 



Tsang, Adrienne 76, 
131, 162 

Tsfrekas, Iphegenia 102 
Tuttle, Michael 71, 116 
Tyer, Todd 76, 107 
Tyer, Ty 71, 107 



Udell, Scott 2, 76, 121, 
138, 145, 149 
Ullman, Lawrence 102 
University Bank & 
Trust 189 

Urban, Michelle 71 
Urquhart, Heidi 76, 113 
Urquhart, Matt 71, 120, 
144, 148 

Utley, Wendy 15, 45, 49, 
50, 134, 136, 141, 145, 
147 



Vadeboncoeur, Marc 45, 
50, 55, 136, 141, 148, 149 
Valdina, Lynn 7, 45, 50, 
100 

Varano, David 45, 50, 57 
Velino, Charlie 83 
Velino, John 76, 125 
Videotime 193 
Village Clothesmith 173 
Vinyard, Allen 71 
Vinyard, Julie 45, 50, 
146 

Violette, Barbara 44, 50 
Vose, Sam 83 
Vosika, Matt 71, 131 

W 



Waclawski, Sven 83 



Wadden, Gary 83, 138 
Wakeham, Robert 102 
Walcott 182 
Walcott, Carol 102 
Ward, Jim 7, 46, 50, 57, 
127 

Waschler, Sharon 83, 

113, 134, 145 

Wass, Richard 46, 50 

Wass, Stephen 76 

Weaver, Adrienne 76, 

207 

Weicker, Jackie 83, 113 
Weicker, Nathalie 76, 
111, 134, 138, 146 
Weinfurt, Joan 134, 130 
Weisz, Jenni 71 
Welch, Brian 76, 77 
Welch, Tom 76, 115, 
116, 144 

Welch, Veronica 71,117, 
130, 134, 147, 152 
Welsh, Jamie 83, 107 
Wentworth, Thomas 76 
West, George 125 
Wheaton, Linda 46, 48, 
50 

Wheeler, Kara 76, 191 
Wheeler, Kimberly 46, 
50 

Whitcomb, Tiffany 76, 
138 

White, Randy 83, 107 
White, Sam 71, 121, 129 
Whiting, Ann 46, 50, 
134 

Whiting, Kara 71, 91, 
129, 134, 147 
Whitney, Alicia 2, 11, 
46, 50, 119 
Whitt, Kim 83 
Wibber, Tammy 83 
Willson, Dave 110 
Wilson, Dale 79, 93, 102, 
131 

Wingood, Pamela 46, 50, 
58, 114, 129, 138, 145, 
147, 162 

Woodford, Donald 47, 
49, 50, 134, 136, 138, 140, 
141, 145, 162, 170, 176 
Woodford, Nancy 76, 
134, 138, 141 
Wright, Matthew 71 
Wright, Quinn 71 



Yaceshyn, Barry 47, 50, 
60, 109, 131, 167 
Yanosick, Linda 47, 50, 
55, 113 

Yatsko, Kristin 48, 71, 
113 

Young, Anthony 71, 
106, 207 

Young, Scott 76, 107 
Yukawa, Riye 47, 50, 95, 
119, 134, 138, 155, 184 

n 

Zolnay, Karen 47, 49, 50, 
111, 136, 138, 147, 162, 
207 

Zoroglu, Cicek 74, 76, 
113 

Zuckerman, Lisa 47, 50, 
93 

Zuckerman, Marian 71, 
146, 169 
Zwickers 187 



205/INDEX 




UMMATION OF A YEAR 



Sum of our parts is a unique theme 
that applies to a unique student body. 
This student body is coming to the 
end of another year. It has been a year 
filled with the usual triumphs and 
heartaches, a year of new rules and 
procedures and yet a year that ranks 
among the best. For seniors especially 
the year's final day and the graduating 
ceremony will bring about new emo- 
tions and good-byes. The phrase 
"friends forever" will likely fall victim 



to time and its ravages: a part of each 
and every one of us is closing with 
that final bell. 

Whatever goals or achievements 
each and every one of us aspires to, we 
all have the common bond of Bedford 
High School. That bond will never 
leave us and may it always guide us 
and serve us as a gift for inspiration. 
This unity is something we all share 
and benefit from - for we, the students 
of BHS, are the sum of our parts. 



1) Karen Zolnay 

2) Scott Smith and Tony Young. 

3) Alicia D Errico, Melissa Melvin, 
Mary Head. 

4) Nancy Damery. 

5) Christina Davis. 

6) Jim Furey. 

7) Mary Mead. 

8) Pat Doughty. 

9) Christine Foerst 

10) Dave Swanson, Glenn Robinson, and 
Rob Fitzgerald. 

11) Dori Pittman and Christine Savioli. 

12) Al Kenney. 

13) Adrienne Weaver and Melissa Gette. 



206 CLOSING 





fCJ 



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The opening 16 consisted of eloquence 
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208/CLOSING